Juliani and Lillian Nganga has for months attracted alt of controversies. Kenyans have had mixed reactions on the newly found relationship of the two love birds some congratulating them while a section castigating Juliani for going behind Governor Alfred Mutua.
The latest to react to this relationship is the Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko. Sonko was reacting to a post shared online by the two saying they've hurt Mutua enough and they now need to move on in peace. This is what he wrote in his official twitter page.
"Aki sipoa. Stop hurting Kavaluku just move on in peace you are now endangering the life of the msanii."
This comments comes after the two have been out in public sharing photos of them together having good time from which Sonko feels is not fair for Mutua.
Boniface Mwangi who shared the photos online asked Kenyans to love and celebrate love without fear or shame and mocked those who were against Juliani and Lillian's union.
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