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'Ukiachwa Achika' Millicent Omanga's Receives Backlash After Her Post on Lilian and Mutua's Affairs

Lilian Nganga today expressed her displeasure and fear concerning how governor Mutua is threatening her. Moments have passed and many stories have been written. Both Kenyans and some politicians have come out to discuss about the 'fight' between the two former love birds.[Photo Courtesy]

The recent politician to talk about the issue is the nominated senator Millicent Omanga. Through her Facebook page, here is what she had to say concerning the situation between Lilian Nganga and Alfred Mutua.

"I stand with Lilian Nganga and I am enthused with her courage courage to boldly confront the challenges she is facing. We must end and ruthlessly deal with all forms of gender biased violence. Ukiachwa achika. Ama Vipi." End of quote.

Her post however, was not received positively by a number of Kenyans. They were fast to critisize her on different grounds. For instance, here are some of their reactions.

John Maloba: She just said she was not married to him. Sasa hapo ndio ameharibu. You will leave me the way I find you if at all you were not my wife.

Lee Makwiny: we would have been surprised if you offered a different opinion.

Alex Nganga: There is nothing like gender based violence there. You should not use gender based violence to justify your arrogance and disrespect. Being a woman is not a disability. Mutua is right.

Bee Ruto: Usiingilie maisha ya watu na usikue mjinga mheshimiwa. You just have to think and shut up some times.

Winnie Bestmat: Stand With Mutua. How cana woman be siphoning someone's resources. The lady should now understands bottom up. Aanze kuguza maisha kutoka chini.

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