Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has not had the easiest of times in the last few months following his public divorce from long-time lover Lilian Ng'ang'a.
The two lover birds had portrayed the perfect image for local couples to emulate, with Mutua always pampering her with love treats and exquisite lifestyle since she was the first lady of Machakos County.
Despite the difficult times, Mutua has picked himself up to talk about his political journey so far now that his life is an open secret. According to Mutua, he decided to join Elective politics in 2012 when he resigned as government spokesperson.
He informed his boss, President Kibaki, about the decision to vie for the governor seat in Machakos County.
According to Mutua, the Decision really wowed President Kibaki who immediately gave him a briefcase full of money and told him to go and speak with Wazee before launching his campaign.
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