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    Liz Jackson: “Unless a wealthy billionaire wants me, I will remain single!”

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    Liz Jackson, a reporter for SPM Buzz, was caught on camera as Foreign Affairs CS, Dr. Alfred Mutua took her phone number.

    Dr. Alfred Mutua and Miss Liz were seen real close as they exchanged contacts. Since then, the internet has been awash with stories that Liz Jackson has the potential to replace Dr. Mutua’s ex-wife and girlfriend Lilian Nganga; who is now married to rapper Juliani.

    Juliani and Lilian, have a child already in their short period of marriage.

    Liz’s viral incident took place during President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa’s formal visit to Kenya, which was presided over by President William Ruto.

    Liz Jackson was among the few invited media personalities at State House, Nairobi.

    Photo courtesy: Liz Jackson SPM Buzz host
    Photo courtesy: Liz Jackson SPM Buzz host at State House, Nairobi

    Liz Jackson now denies that something is cooking between her and Dr. Alfred Mutua. In an interview with Nation, she revealed that she was single and went on to describe her perfect partner.

    Photo courtesy: Dr. Alfred Mutua and Miss Liz Jackson
    Photo courtesy: Dr. Alfred Mutua and Miss Liz Jackson

    “Unless a billionaire wants me right now, I’m single.” ….. “My dream partner has to be richer than I am, have a nice vehicle, a house in the suburbs, and he has to be kind and generous in giving.”

    Dr. Alfred Mutua is worth 420 million only.

    “I still want a man who earns more than Ksh 90,000; I just can’t date anyone earning less than I do. I mean Ksh 90,000 is just my rent. Don’t get me wrong money isn’t everything but where I draw the line is how this person is treating me. Having a lot of money does not mean that you get to control me. I want to be able to pursue my dreams and be the greatest person I can be!” Liz continues.

    With tough economic times being experience dating and marriage in Kenya continue to be a lesser priority. Recently it’s been reported that marriage uptake is dropping at very worrying trends.

    What could be the issue?

    Many view relationships especially in cities and towns as not that serious as they used to decades ago. With empowerment and education, the playing field has been leveled for both genders.

    Freedom comes at a price: and so with infidelity and rampant carelessness among potential partners, getting into a relationship is becoming tough each day that passes by.

    Now throw in some scarcity mentality vibes and a few crazy demands such as these given by Liz; it means only one thing, get a  stable flow of money or you will remain single.

     

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