Alfred Mutua: I Have Been Receiving Strange Messages After My Break Up

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    Machakos governor Alfred Mutua addressing a political rally on January 5, 2021
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  • Machakos County Governor Alfred Mutua, on Wednesday, August 25, revealed that he has been receiving a lot of attention from women since confirmation of his separation from his wife, Lilian Ng'ang'a.

    Speaking on Jalang'o TV, Mutua revealed that he has been getting lots of interesting direct messages on his social media pages.

    When pressed on by Jalang'o on what kind of messages he was referring to, Mutua revealed that some women have been sending him private and revealing images.

    "I have received very many DMs from women-some are very funny...you know. People have even sent me some body parts and such things," hilariously revealed Mutua.

    Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua offers former Wife Lilian Ng'ang'a a piece of cake during his birthday Party.
    Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua offers former Wife Lilian Ng'ang'a a piece of cake during his birthday Party.
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    The Governor, on Sunday, August 15, had issued a statement on his separation from his wife and now former Machakos First Lady, Lillian Nganga, after years of marriage.

    In the interview with comedian Jalang'go, which lasted 45 minutes, Mutua explained his current relationship with his former wife. He said the two are still close as was displayed during the Governor's 50th birthday party attended by ODM leader Raila Odinga, on Sunday, August 22.

    Mutua later diverted his attention to political issues and reiterated his interest in running for the top seat in the 2022 presidential election, explaining why he thought he was the ideal candidate for the job.

    "I have a good track record, as you see what I have done in my county. I am best suited for the job and if the youth vote for me, I will be the next president of this country," stated Mutua.

    Mutua went on to speak about his impact in Machakos County, noting that Kenyans would avoid going to Machakos as there had been no economic incentives and that his county was notorious for hunger, lack of water, and basic necessities for its people.

    "Nobody used to go to Machakos. People would only pass Machakos as they travel to Mombasa and not bother to visit our county. You would only hear about people starving in Machakos,"

    "I was able to do a few things that have revolutionized Machakos County. Those changes have brought tourism to Machakos, expanded the business community, built a stadium, and women were able to advance themselves economically. I expanded the agricultural sector and dug over 600 boreholes, more than all the other counties combined. I have built roads and built over 720 dams. As we speak, Machakos is no longer on the list of counties receiving food relief," stated Mutua.

    Mutua noted his contribution to the county, adding that he bought 80 ambulances in order to provide free emergency transportation in the county, so as to ease emergency services.

    "Mothers in Machakos now have dignity as they can deliver safely and not have to use a motorcycle to transport them to the delivery location," noted the Governor.

    Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga (right), Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua (center) and politician Silas Chepkeres Jakakimba at Mutua's birthday party.
    Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga (right), Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua (center) and politician Silas Chepkeres Jakakimba at Mutua's birthday party.
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