Juliani Reveals That His Mother Is In Panic Following Threats Allegedly From Governor Mutua

KEY POINTS

  • Juliani has revealed that his mother is in panic following threats allegedly issued to him by Machakos governor Alfred Mutua.
  • Apparently, Julian is facing threats for being in a relationship with the governor's ex-wife Lilian Ng'ang'a.
  • Through a tweet on Monday November 4, Juliani said that he has however been encouraging his mother that God is watching over them.

Juliani has revealed that his mother is in panic following threats allegedly issued to him by Machakos governor Alfred Mutua.

Apparently, Juliani is facing threats for being in a relationship with the governor’s ex-wife Lilian Ng’ang’a.

Through a tweet on Monday November 4, Juliani said that he has however been encouraging his mother that God is watching over them.

“My Mum ako panic mode. I reminded Her of the God that healed her of her cancer. The one that kept me and my 6 siblings safe in the street of Dandora ndio the same we are praying to NOW…For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind,” the rapper wrote.

Days ago, Lilian opened up on being threatened by the governor following their separation while saying that her life and that of persons close to her are in danger.

She also revealed that she had not been legally married to the Machakos governor and had been just in a union that lasted 10 years.

Lilian said that the governor has not moved on since their separation and that is why he is bothering her.

During an interview with Daily Nation, the former Machakos County first lady said that Mutua had warned her and Juliani against setting foot in Machakos county.

That was during a meeting at Windsor Golf hotel in company of their two friends. Lilian had requested the governor for the meeting for their mature and amicable separation but the governor demanded that she offer a public apology for announcing their separation and publicizing her relationship with Juliani to pave the way for their reunion.

“So he told me since I will not do as he wants, I will henceforth be his enemy number one and it is a war and he’s gonna crash me. I told him to go ahead. He also told me that we should also not set foot in Machakos. One of his friends even asked him to retract the statement but he said no. From then we have not spoken,” Ng’ang’a said.

Governor Mutua who is out of the country on a trip to the US is yet to make an official statement over Lilian’s allegations.

RELATED STORY: Alfred Mutua Vows To Crash Juliani If He Dares Set Foot In Machakos County

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