We all have different ways of nursing pain and heartbreaks. While some get loud and wild vising places to handle the heartbreak some get quiet, lock themselves in rooms to cry their tears out while some choose to work on themselves in matters of keeping fit.
Machakos governor and First Lady Lillian Nga'ng'a recently called it quits of their long-term relationship. Being public figures, they are on the spot of the public eye on how the two will conduct themselves in matters of moving forward. Well, Governor Mutua was yesterday spotted at a club living his best life at a Havoc club in Tanzania. This rose brows as he was partying with artist Rayvanny last weekend at Avery lounge in Nairobi.
People had varied reactions as some feel he is trying to heal by parting every weekend some feel he is abandoning his duties.In the middle of this Lillian shared her progress in keeping fit on her Instagram. She captioned, 'Back to running with 100Km done this August. Thankful and ready for September."
See the reactions from fans about governor Mutua clubbing in Tanzania
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