Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga has delved into the relationship fiasco between former Machakos county first lady and Governor Alfred Mutua.
Speaking on Thursday, November 4, Omanga said she fully supports Lilian Nganga in her recent revelation of threats on her person and friends by governor Mutua.
"I stand with Lilian Nganga and I'm enthused by his boldness and courage to firmly confront the challenges she is facing. We must end and ruthlessly deal with all forms of Gender-based violence. Ukiachwa, achika!" Omanga said.
In a press conference held on Thursday, Lilian accused the governor of threatening and making her life miserable after they separated.
The former First Lady further said that the governor labelled her as his enemy number one.
Lilian claimed that the governor asked her to take back every property and money he ever gave her or made available to her for her own use.
“He has demanded through his lawyers that I refund any money he has ever given to me or made available for my use,” Lilian said.
In that regard, Lilian also claimed that the governor had already taken her personal vehicle and sold it to another party. She said that Mutua had stormed her home in Kileleshwa without her permission and took the said vehicle.
“Without my knowledge or consent and using a spare key which he had illegally obtained, he drove away from my personal motor vehicle and proceeded to fraudulently transfer the ownership of the car in the logbook into his name, and thereafter sold the vehicle to a third party,” she said.
In August, Lilian announced her separation from governor Mutua who said the two will remain friends even after parting ways.
“She will be a close advisor as I govern Machakos County and run for President because I trust her sharp insight and heart. She has always been my number one fan,” Mutua said.