Human rights activist Boniface Mwangi has told former Machakos County First Lady Lilian Nganga to follow her heart in choosing a partner.
In his message to rapper Julias Owino and Nganga whose separation from Machakos county governor Alfred Mutua went viral, Mwangi argued that life is too short to be spent solo.
"Life is short, don't let religion or societal expectations make you stay in an unhappy relationship. Go where you're loved. If you have loved once, you can love and be loved again," Mwangi said.
The human rights activist further stated that Love is a choice advising the two that no one should be afraid to love whoever they want to love.
"I'm here to offend those men who behave like their partners are personal assets. Assets are dead things, they have no feelings or emotions. Partners have flesh and blood, they can move on and you can do nothing about it. Money doesn't make a man, manners do. Pesa bila tabia ni sumu," Mwangi said.
Mwangi made the statement on Saturday, October 16 after posting a photo of himself together with Nganga Juliani.
In an interview published on Friday, September 17 Juliani who has been in the limelight over his alleged ‘situation ship with Nganga recounted his first meeting with the former county First Lady.
“I met Lilian in early June. She is the kind of lady you would just want for a friend. I haven’t seen many women like that. Clarity of mind. Clarity of purpose. Value system. We are mutual friends,” Juliani said.
Responding to whether the two are an item, Juliani said he didn’t ’sleep in class’ during his first meeting with Nganga adding that at first sight, all he wanted was to have her as a friend.
“For now I just want to be her friend. If I get something more out of our friendship, I will be grateful,” Juliani said.
Before Lilian announced her separation from Governor Mutua, photos of the two looking hugged up surfaced on the internet initiating dating chatter.