Lilian Ng'ang'a has revealed what unfolded between her and her ex-partner Governor Alfred Mutua the day they officially separated.
Speaking to the press, Lilian said that Machakos governor had refused to accept her decision to end their relationship.
She, therefore, asked for a meeting between her, the county chief and their mutual friends to solve the issue.
"As I indicated that I want to move on with my life, he thought otherwise. At a meeting at Windsor Golf Country Club on September 22, in the company of our two mutual friends, I requested Alfred Mutua for a mature and ample separation and informed him that after all, we were not married," she said.
The former First Lady claimed that Mutua was not happy about their separation and, therefore, declared her his enemy number one.
She further claimed that Mutua vowed to make her life miserable, a threat Lilian said the Governor has kept.
“Mutua angrily termed me as his Enemy No 1. and threatened to 'crush me to ashes', as he takes away everything I have and own," she said.