Governor Mutua invite Kenyans to launch his hotel Machakos
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Governor Mutua invite Kenyans to launch his hotel in Machakos

Alfred Mutua

That Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua is certified bon vivant is no secret and once again he has proven to be a real.

The Governor and his wife Lilian have invited Kenyans for the launch of their newly built spectacular hotel in Machakos town.

The visibly magnificent and sparklingly white A & L ( Alfred and Lilian) oozes splendour that Mr Mutua is known for.

The hotel is equipped with modern facilities and offers a sight to behold for whoever cares to look at its towering elegance.

Through his Twitter handle, Mutua invited the public for the launch of the establishment on Friday, July 23, in Machakos. The governor said all safety guidelines aimed at containing the spread of COVID-19 will be adhered to during the function and whoever was interested in attending the fete should feel free to do.

The high-end facility, according to Mutua, will be offering services from 8am to 8pm daily. “Lillian and I invite you to the soft opening of the A & L Hotel, Machakos, from tomorrow, July 24th, 2020. We have initiated Covid-19 protocols to keep all of us safe. Please pass by anytime for a cup of tea, a drink, a meal or even a swim. The restaurant’s hours: 8 am- 8 pm daily,” Mutua said in his invitation note to the public.

In June, the second-term governor left tongue-wagging on social media when he mentioned A & L hotel for the first. Mutua who had then accompanied his wife for a 35km race to celebrate her 35th birthday hinted the facility was set to open doors soon. Interestingly, the 35km race was designed to end at the A & L hotel.

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Mutua’s love for classy kinds of stuff and a flashy lifestyle has always stunned Kenyans. Two months ago, the Maendeleo Chap Chap leader opened a magnificent governor’s office in Masaku town at a cost of KSh 350 million. The office was reported to have two wings, the West Wing which would be hosting the governor, his chief of staff and executive meeting lounges, and the East Wing which would house the Office of the First Lady, the governor’s advisers and other support staff. The opulence and splendor of the governor’s office tickled Kenyans to share divided opinions on the mega project.

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