Machakos governor Dr.Alfred Mutua's case has taken another twist after today's ruling by the High court. The govenor has suffered a major blow in round one of the court battle over property with his former partner and the immediate former Machakos First Lady Lillian Ng'ang'a.
The two had separated following a divorce case filed by Mutua. After the divorce,the governor forceful withdrew a vehicle from Lilian which he claimed to be part of his property. Lilian moved to court in a bid to retain a vehicle she claims to have bought and registered under her name seven years ago, only for it to be repossessed by Mutua after the breakup.
According to Lillian, the car was violently driven out of her apartment parking lot after a quarrel with the Machakos Governor.
Lilian has so far moved on with her life after she found a new lover Juliani. She has requested her former husband to accept and move on with his life instead of interfering with her business.
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