Machakos Governor Dr Alfred Mutua's wife, Lilian Ng'ang'a flaunted her dancing skills for all and sundry this week when she visited Kyethivo Girls Secondary School. 

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Rocking a cream half-sleeve coat and beautiful green dress with patches of blue and cream, Ng'ang'a is seen shaking her svelte body to 'Tetema', a smash song by Diamond Platinumz and Rayvanny.

This was not the first time that the Machakos First Lady has been captured dancing, she has been pictured before dancing with her husband, governor Mutua.

She encouraged the girls not to be serious at all times; to take some time off and dance.

"Some times we are caught up in school. We are doing all these things. We are doing Math which is good, we are doing Biology and then we forget to dance like these beautiful girls. Biology is good, Chemistry is good, if you are good at dancing, enhance that, " said the Machakos First Lady in a video shared by NTV on YouTube.

She bemoaned the difficulties that young school-going kids were experiencing in trying to access sanitary towels and called on county governments to work towards ensuring that girls' education is not impeded by lack of sanitary towels and asked for them to be made free.

"In 2017, the President passed a law that all school going girls should have free access to sanitary towels. To date, the same has not been implemented. What happened to the allocated budget? Our girls need free sanitary towels. It is a basic need that cannot be ignored, " said Ng'ang'a.