Alfred Mutua admits to missing ex-wife Lilian Nganga months after divorce

Mutua also ruled out the possibility of them going back together

October 25, 2021, 10:05 AM for gotta.news
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Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua recently admitted to missing his ex-wife, Lilian Nganga.

Speaking to Standard Digital, the county boss said it is normal for human beings to miss people especially if they have lived together.

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"You miss people who come into your life. The people who are in your life, even for a month, two months, or 20 years, leave a part of them in you. It is natural for you to miss them. You have to be the devil incarnate for you not to miss them," said Mutua.

Mutua also ruled out the possibility of himself and Lilian going back together, however, stating that he believes in couple reconciliation.

"People go apart and come back together. It’s there in the Bible. It’s God who plans these things. If He says you’ll get back together, you will. Don’t fight His will," he added.

On Sunday, August 15 2021, Lilian and Mutua called it quits ending the it five-year marriage.

Through her Instagram page, Lilian put up a post to announce the end of their matrimonial union, further noting that she had stepped down as the First Lady of Machakos County.

“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. We remain friends,” part of her post read.

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Adding;

“With this, I put down the Machakos first lady cap and what an honor it has been to be of service. I will continue to do projects close to my heart, charity work, etc through the Lilian Nganga foundation as this has always formed who I am as a person.”

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