Lilian Ng'ang'a: Mutua demanded that I I refund any money he has ever given to me or made available for my use
Albanas Kiswili
2 months ago

Ex-Machakos First Lady Lillian Ng'ang’a has said that her life is in danger, months after breaking up with Machakos County Governor Alfred Mutua.

Addressing the media on Thursday alongside her lawyer Philip Murgor, Lillian accused Governor Mutua of frustrating and threatening her and her close allies.

According to Lillian, Dr Mutua and his bodyguard walked to her Kileleshwa apartment on September 8, 2021 and took away her personal car using a spare key without her knowledge.

She also accused Dr Mutua of illegally transferring her shares in the Ndash Enterprises LTD (the hotel company) to her sister Ann Mbandi Mutua.

"I personally incorporated on 30/6/2014 when I held 90.9% of the shareholding. Indeed, I named the company "Ndash" after my own high school nickname. 

"The two documents, which bear a stamps dated 1210 and 13th August 202, bear what resembles my signature, but not in original form and clearly the signatures have been electronically superimposed to provide the impression to the Registrar of Companies that the transaction is genuine, while in effect the documents are clearly forgeries," she said.

According to Lillian, Dr Mutua was angered by their separation and threatened to revenge the incident.

"I requested him for a mature and amicable separation and reminded him that, after all, we were not married. Mr. Mutua angrily termed me as his Enemy No 1, and threatened to "crush me to ash", as he takes away everything I have, and own.  Indeed, this has already started as he has demanded that I refund any money he has ever given to me or made available for my use.

"He also threatened to harm persons close to me. He further demanded I apologize and retract the statements I've made on social media -regarding our breakup, which I declined. He stated that he had offers from people to kill persons close to me, and threatened that he might indeed take up the offers to teach some of them a lesson," Lillian's statement read in part.

She further noted that she has filed a restraining order against the governor, but he has been against it.

"On October 7th 2021, I filed a case in the High Court at Milimani for a restraining order because I believe my life, and those around me were in danger. Mr Mutua is fighting the Restraining Order by rubbishing my claims, and wants the case transferred to Machakos where he believes I will be too scared to step, as he can hire goons to bully and harass me, when I attend court," she opined. 

Lillian now wants Dr Mutua to return her allegedly confiscated property and stop threatening her life, and those around her. 

She has urged IG Hillary Mutyambai and the ODPP to investigate the matter and take necessary action against the governor.

“I therefore appeal to the Inspector General of Police and the Director Public Prosecution, to expedite the investigation and charge Mr. Alfred Mutua for the serious crimes he has so far committed - before my friends and I are harmed,” her statement read in part.