Don’t ask me about Juliani and Lilian – Boniface Mwangi

By , K24 Digital
On Wed, 2 Mar, 2022 15:02 | 2 mins read
Singer Juliani, Lilian Ng'ang'a and Boniface Mwangi at a past event. PHOTO/COURTESY

Activist Boniface Mwangi has made it clear that he no longer wishes to talk about any questions about newlyweds Juliani and Lillian Ng'ang'a or any other couple for that matter.

Boniface made his stand clear at Uhondo wa Milele, a Milele FM radio show hosted by one Ankali. This is after the radio host asked him whether it is true that the couple recently got married at a private event.

Ankali asked the activist about the couple's wedding since he is close to them and he has in the past revealed some of their secrets to the public. This time around, however, Boniface never wanted to involve the couple in his interactions.

He argued that he didn’t like speaking about Juliani and his wife. He, therefore, urged Ankali to call the couple in order to get the answers to the questions he needed.

‘Si uko na number zao ndugu yangu. Wewe uko na mke? Huwezi kuniuliza mambo ya watu wawili ambao wanapendana. Hiyo ni kunikosea heshima. Tuheshimiane bro huwezi kuwa unaniuliza mambo ya watu wengine. Why are you asking me about someone else’s marriage or life?" he posed.

Boniface and the couple have been close friends for some time now. In the past, he has shown support to them at a time when they were on the spot following Lilian's break up with Governor Alfred Mutua.

Late last year, the relationship between Boniface and the couple was put to a test after he posted photos of Juliani and Lilian hanging out, a move that didn't sit well with Juliani.

The singer expressed his disappointment with Boniface calling him out for posting their photos on social media without his permission. The activist later apologized to the couple and they are currently on good terms.

If the previous escapade is to go by, then it seems Boniface might have been economical to speak about the couple due to their previous encounter when Juliani confronted him about speaking about them without his permission.