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Lilian-Mutua drama continues as they tussle over shares of lucrative company

In Summary

  • Through her lawyer Philip Murgor, Lilian claims she was defrauded 45% shareholding in the company.
  • The couple announced their separation last September.

Behind the messages of mutual admiration after the break-up, a birthday party, and talking well about one another, lay a vicious fight for shares in a lucrative company.

Lilian Ng’ang’a, ex-wife to Machakos County Governor Alfred Mutua has come out guns glazing, claiming that Mutua has defrauded her of shareholding in a company they co-owned.

She says Governor Mutua has threatened to finish her and those close to her.

The shares in question relate to a company called Ndash Enterprise Ltd. Ndash owns the famous A&L Hotel in Machakos County. The name was coined from the initials of the erstwhile lovers’ first names.

Lilian claims her shareholding of 45% (or 1,800 shares) were later transferred by Governor Mutua to her sister Ann Mbandi.

Lilian is now appealing to police Inspector General Hilary Mutyambai and the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Hajji to conduct an investigation and prosecute Mutua.


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