Alfred Mutua can give me second chance -Lillian Ng'ang'a

 

Lilian Ng'ang'a with Juliani secret wedding

Lilian Ng'ang'a, a former Machakos first lady, stated that she wed musician Juliani in a secret ceremony. 


This is because pictures of their supposedly secret wedding showed up online in February, months after they were said to have started dating.


 The mother of one said in a recent interview that the wedding was planned to be a low-key affair. Lilian said that the people in the widely shared online photo were having a picnic at the site of the couple's wedding.

She also lamented the individuals' choice to snap images and publish them online.

"That wasn't right. Private ceremonies are held at weddings. It was incorrect for anybody to consider sharing necessary. But, as Lilian said, "Everything occurs for a reason."

The former First Lady characterized her wedding as easygoing and one of her favorite days of the year.

Lilian defended herself in other places against accusations that she didn't work while serving as the First Lady of Machakos.


Lillian Nganga photo

 

The entrepreneur maintained that while she put in a lot of effort for the workplace, it went unnoticed. The former First Lady stressed that people should not minimize that reality and instead give her credit for the job accomplished.


"The first reason was that I wanted to share the work I did while serving as First Lady of Machakos since I did a lot of it, but it was never as well known."


"I dedicated years of my life to several initiatives that transformed and enhanced the lives of many people, and that should not be discounted under the assumption that I was merely a lovely companion who did nothing in Machakos County," Lilian remarked.


When he acknowledged missing his ex-wife, Mutua caused controversy elsewhere. The former county administrator said that missing people were common among people, particularly if they had previously shared a home.


"People that enter your life leave you missing them. Whether they stay in your life for a week, two months, or twenty years, the people they encounter make a mark on you. It seems natural that you would miss them. " You would have to be the antichrist to miss them," Mutua claimed.


Because he believed in couple reconciliation, Mutua also ruled out the idea of him and Lilian reconciling.


"People separate and then reintegrate. The Bible mentions it. These things are planned by God. You will rekindle your relationship if he says you will. He advised, "Avoid resisting His will."

 

" I can reconsile with Dr. Alfred Mutua. He has been good all through. People have second chances. " Lillian added. 

 

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