Alfred Mutua Speaks On Marriage Plans After Lillian Nganga Exit

Nganga is now married to Juliani and welcomed a baby boy last month.

Alfred Mutua Speaks On Marriage Plans After Lillian Nganga Exit
Former Machakos governor, Alfred Mutua and Lillian Nganga. /VIRALTEAKE

Former Machakos Governor and Maendeleo Chap Chap leader Alfred Mutua has disclosed his future plans on remarrying after his ex, former Machakos County First Lady Lillian Nganga, left him.

Mutua admitted and affirmed that he was not planning on settling down again, especially after Nganga left him and got married to musician and rapper Julius 'Juliani' Owino.

He expressed the love he has for his children that came from another relationship and is in a good relationship with them having grown up to be mature people.

Lillian Nganga with former Machakos Governor, Alfred Mutua at his birthday party. /NAIROBI NEWS

"I still have my children, I have my set of twins, I have my daughter, and right now am comfortable with my children and they are growing up. You know when you have children and you are happy about them, you are good," Mutua said.

Other than confessing his love for his children from his first relationship and asked whether he is going to remarry the former and first government spokesperson who started in the era of departed President Mwai Kibaki said that despite believing in love, he was against the idea of settling down again.

According to him, marriage comes after one finds somebody they love and the feelings become mutual.

"I don't believe in just going to remarry, I believe in love. If you find somebody you love, and you click and fall in love with one another, then you marry. That's how it works if you choose to marry you remarry," he said.

Mutua, who dumped the Azimio la Umoja coalition for Kenya Kwanza, added that he was in no rush to marry again and that he was not lonely.

He disclosed that he was meeting more people as he takes a look at what the future holds for him.

"But I am very by the way. And am very happy and meeting very interesting people. You see God plans our lives although sometimes we tend to stick to what we feel is good for us. But am not lonely at all," he confirmed.

Nganga's separation from Mutua was riddled with messy court battles dealing with property. The former governor had lost one of the property cases after Nganga shared documents detailing the cancellation of the transfer of her 1,800 shares to Mutua’s sister Ann Mutua from a company they co-owned (Ndash Enterprises Ltd) when they were still lovers.

Ndash Enterprises Ltd, which is the mother company of their hotel A&L reverts to 50/50 shareholding in a scenario where one partner wants to exit the agreement.

On November 11, 2021, Nganga accused Mutua of fraudulently taking away her shares in properties that they jointly owned when they were together. She even filed a complaint at the registrar of companies which has led to the reversal.

Nganga is now married to Juliani and welcomed a baby boy last month.

Juliani with Lillian Nganga. /FILE