Machakos Governor's Ex-wife Lilian Ng'ang'a have today been spotted with activist Boniface Mwangi and her current lover Juliani at one of the shopping malls in Nairobi. Photos of the trio emerged with Lilian sand witched between the two.
While issuing a statement in his account, the activist who just landed in the country informed his followers that life is short and therefore, they should not let religion or societal expectations compress them to stay in unhealthy relationships marriage.
He went ahead and stated that each person should go where he or she is loved because love is a choice. According to him, money does not make a man but manners do. Money without manners is poisonous.
His message is deemed to be an indirect attack to Machakos Governor Dr Alfred Mutua who separated with Lilian some few months ago. It still remains unclear the reason behind the separation of the two despite the status of the Governor. Lilian, after separation, met Juliani who she is currently being seen with on number of occasions.
Boni's statement drew massive reactions from Kenyans who rebuked him with the strongest term possible. They warns him to stop parading Alfred's wife with sadistic quotes as that will only make him irrelevant.
The above update comes few weeks after rumours about the pregnancy of Lilian went viral. It was alleged that Juliani was responsible for the pregnancy. The Governor on his part have not issued any statement on the same but instead concentrated on his future political journey.
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