Lilian Nganga has spoken back to former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko's tweet concerning her pics trending on social media. Sonko had warned the former wife of the Machakos governor against posting photographs on social media, adding that she had become exposed to Juliani's lifestyle threat.
"Those images have been published through our buddy and, in any case, they are now not meant to harm anybody. My principal difficulty is going to be with Mike Sonko. Why should Juliani's life be in danger for being with me? " Lilian ng'ang'a tweet.
The former Machakos first female, in her reaction, stated that her friend was the only one who posted the images, adding that there was no damage in doing so.
Lilian Ng'ang'a went beforehand and asked the former Nairobi Governor, Mike Sonko, to provide an explanation for what he supposed by way of mentioning that Juliani's existence had become exposed to threat. Former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko has said that Lilian Nganga changed into hurting her former husband with the aid of posting the pictures on social media.
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