The past few days have been a bumpy ride for flamboyant Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua.
Just days after ending his 10-year relationship with Lilian Nganga, the county chief celebrated a lavish birthday party with Bongo star Rayvanny.
And on Wednesday, the lad opened up about his break up among other issues while appearing on Bonga na Jalas on Jalang’o TV.
Mutua, who spoke candidly revealed that women were flooding his DM professing their love for him.
Some, he pointed, were even sending him nudes in an effort to get his attention via social media.
“I have received very many DMs from women-some are very funny…you know. People have even sent me some body parts and all those things,” hilariously revealed Mutua.
Mutua in the 45-minute interview added that he and Lilian still maintained close ties and was evident during his 51st birthday party on Sunday, August 22 which was attended by ODM leader Raila Odinga, Citizen TV anchor Trevor Ombija, amongst other star-studded personalities.
The Governor had issued a statement on the separation with Lilian, just hours after the latter announced it officially on Sunday, August 15. He had intimated that his separation was looming and that the two were not destined to be together.
“There is a song by Roger Whittaker that has the line: “the first time we said hello, we started to say goodbye.”
“Lillian and I have been a blessing to each other. Two months ago, we decided to slowly disengage. We are on amicable terms and remain very close as friends,” he addressed.
Mutua had beforehand preached on his interest in the political front and revisited his ambitions for the State House seat come 2022. He affirmed that he was the man to take the country forward.
“I have a good track record, as you see what I have done in my county. I am best suited for the job and if the youth vote for me, I will be the next president of this country,” stated Mutua.
Mutua boasted of his achievements in Machakos County and how he changed the perspective of the county as for long, Kenyans avoided it out of lack of economic potential as well as the prevalence of hunger, lack of water amongst the basic needs of its people.