Governor Alfred Mutua wants back what belongs to him through law, this comes as a blow to Lilian Ng’ang’a Machakos county ex first lady

“In Family Law, money & gifts given in contemplation of marriage are refundable in the event there is no marriage … The Former First Lady is obligated in law to refund the Governor. It is the law … Restitutio ad integrum.”Donald Kipkorir. Donald Kipkorir, a top lawyer reveals what the law says.

This comes as a huge blow to the former first lady as she ought to return any form of wealth she had acquired from her ex-husband Hon. Alfred Mutua.

This comes after former Machakos first lady Lilian Ng’ang’a early this Thursday disclosed that she had been getting life threatening messages from governor Alfred Mutua.

Through her lawyer Philip Murgor, Lilian publicly requested Hon.Mutua to stop threatening her life and those around her.

“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.” She said.

According to Donald Kipkorir, the family law says that money and gifts acquired in contemplation of marriage should be returned incase marriage does not occur.

Apparently, the governor gained access to a vehicle that Lilian already own and sold it. She claims that shares in the hotel A and L the two own were transferred without her consent.