According to Cabinet Secretary Alfred Mutua, he and Lillian Ng'ang'a are not at odds. 

Rumours of hostility between Dr. Alfred Mutua, Cabinet Secretary for Tourism and Wildlife, and his former partner, Lillian Ng'ang'a, have been refuted.

Lillian Ng'ang'a the Machakos first lady and Alfred Mutua

In an exclusive interview with the media, Dr. Mutua addressed the long-running rumours on social media, asserting that despite the circumstances surrounding their breakup, there is no animosity between the two.

"Lillian and I chuckle at the rumours that people have been circulating online about us. "It is okay, she and I have no issues at all," Dr. Mutua stated.

He discussed their relationship and emphasised the good things that had come from their ten-year friendship.

Following months of rumours and conjecture that indicated the two had a chilly relationship, Dr. Mutua finally made his admission. Ten years later, in June 2021, the two got divorced. 

The two ex-lovers, who announced their split at the time, informed their fans and followers that their romantic adventure had come to an end in lengthy comments posted on their official social media pages.

Although they were parting ways, Dr. Mutua promised that they would always be friends in his parting message.

"We have each other's blessings—Lillian and myself. We made the decision to gradually distance ourselves two months ago. Our friendship is still quite strong and we get along well. 

"We are still going to meet, discuss, and exchange ideas. We have decided that Lillian may continue with her county programmes, even if she will be working on certain projects under the Lillian Ng'ang'a Foundation. Lillian has been a great First Lady, " Dr. Mutua said in part of her message.

Ms. Ng'ang'a wrote on her behalf, saying, "I made the decision to separate from Dr. Alfred Mutua after a lengthy partnership. Our relationship was enjoyable, and I will always be thankful to God for uniting us. We are still pals.

However, Ms. Ng'ang'a sued the politician six months after their breakup, claiming that he had harassed her and had refused to let go.  

During a news appearance in November 2021, Ms. Ng'ang'a, along by her attorney Philip Murgor, said that the former governor had obtained access to a car she purportedly owned and sold it.

The part of Ms. Ng'ang'a's statement that said, "Mutua, accompanied by his bodyguard, Martin Nzinghi, arrived at my apartment parking lot at Kileleshwa, Nairobi, and without my knowledge or consent, he drove away my motor vehicle KBY186G, a car which had been fully registered in my name since 2014, using a spare key which he had legally obtained."

She also claimed that her shares in the hotel firm, Ndash Enterprises Ltd., were transferred without her will and that she had given the company its name, Ndash, based on her nickname from high school.

"I never executed a share transfer or in any other way transferred my 1,800 shares, or 45% of the company's shareholding," the woman said.

Ms. Ng'ang'a continued by making it clear that, in contrast to what the governor had said in earlier interviews, their split was not cordial. She added that since August, they had not been able to communicate.

Additionally, she said that at a meeting in September, Dr. Mutua threatened to "crush her to ashes" when she requested an amicable split.

 This occurred just one month after the two declared on social media that they had gotten along well and politely and had parted ways.

She also said that she had filed a restraining order request in October 2021, just before she sued her ex-partner.

The Kenyan rapper Julius "Juliani" Owino is Ms. Ng'ang'a's husband at the moment.

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