IN THE SPOTLIGHT
- In an interview with the Sunday Nation, Lillian bares it all, even saying that the Machakos Governor used to refer to them as the Royal Couple.
- According to Lillian, her first ‘reawakening’ with Governor Mutua began after she returned from a trip sometime in 2017.
Former Machakos first lady Lillian Ng’ang’a has come out to spill the beans on where things went south for her and former lover Dr. Alfred Mutua.
In an interview with the Sunday Nation, Lillian bares it all, even saying that the Machakos Governor used to refer to them as the Royal Couple.
So what where did it all go wrong for the Royal Couple?
According to Lillian, her first ‘reawakening’ with Governor Mutua began after she returned from a trip sometime in 2017.
Her body guards would die in an accident right after dropping her home.
She says they were not even mourned and life just continued as if nothing had happened.
“Then my personal driver also later died and the same thing happened. In fact, I got a new driver the following morning,” Lilian said.
“The two incidents hit me hard. That disregard for their lives, just because they were security officers, also contributed to me separating from Alfred. I was like, so if it was me dead, then this is how life would have continued.”
She says she thinks Mutua is being ‘dramatic’ because she has found new love.
“If we would have separated and I was single, he would be alright,” says Lillian, adding that she even turned down Mutua’s plan to give her a new car, money, new house and a white wedding to cap it all.
“There was a time he told me he was running for president so we can once in a while appear in public like we are still together but I refused.”
Lillian went ahead to advise Mutua’s social media team to help him concentrate on the presidency instead of fighting his personal wars.
“Have some values! I advise you to concentrate on making Alfred, president. He would make a great President!” she said.
The former first lady, who is now in love with rapper Juliani, says she does not mind being friends with Mutua, though. But under one condition: “if he can work on his emotions.”
Last Thursday, Lillian laid bare details of the drama surrounding their acrimonious separation with Governor Alfred Mutua.
Lilian made damning allegations accusing the governor of threatening her life and that of her close friends.
Urging the government to institute criminal investigations against the Governor, she claimed Mutua boasted to her that he is untouchable and warned that he would “crush her to ash.”
The two announced their separation in August on social media, with Lillian writing “The only constant in life is change and we must be present and aware to appreciate and embrace it.”
“Winds of change blew my way and two months ago, I decided to end my long term relationship with Dr Alfred Mutua. We had a good run and I am forever grateful to God he brought us together,” she added.
In a series of posts, Nganga insisted that she was not friends with Mutua, as he had stated during his previous interviews.
“If anything happens to Juliani and I, Governor Alfred Mutua is solely responsible. Anyone hired to kill us should ask themselves if Alfred would do their dirty work, if roles were reversed. Let’s not be misused by people in power to settle scores we know nothing of,” she wrote
In a recent interview with a local publication, Lillian claimed to have conceived the idea of the hotel. This led to the birth of Ndash Enterprises, the company that owns the hotel, which was named after her.
At incorporation, Lillian is reported to have had a 100 per cent stake in the hotel, but relinquished 50 per cent of her shares to Mutua when both became personal guarantors for the hotel after receiving a loan facility upwards of Ksh145 million from a local commercial bank.
According to a highly placed source, Lillian currently has only 200 shares out of a possible 2,000 she is entitled to for her 50 per cent ownership in the hotel.
This is only 10 per cent of her total shares, an issue she has termed fraudulent. Lillian now wants what she claims is rightfully hers, the additional 1,800 shares.
The acclaimed hotel, which is the only five star hotel in Machakos, is located along the Machakos-Kitui Road and has several amenities including a restaurant, a bar and a garden. It would cost one an average of Ksh14,500 per night
While Mutua has been ‘silent’ about the separation, Lilian, Juliani and Mwangi have dwelt on it with social media posts and media interviews.
In the instances when Mutua spoke about the relationship after break-up, he portrayed Lilian as a good person and has even refused to expose any bad side of her to the public.