Citizen TV anchor Lilian Muli now says her 'outgoing' boyfriend Jared Ombong'i alias Niverton was a 'community husband' thus her decision to call it quits.
In a passionate post on her Instagram, Muli portrays Mr Ombong'i as a untrustworthy husband who may have been involving himself in multiple relationships outside their marriage.
Further, she said, her decision to break up was final, insisting that she won't accept anyone to tag her on social media along with Niverton, a fairly flamboyant Kisii businessman and philanthropist whom she started moving out with in 2014.
"Happy Holidays folks. I’m officially single and will now focus on raising my boys. As public figures we meet all sorts of people and most just want trophies whether you are well known or not be very careful who you allow into your life don’t go giving your heart to everyone. Sociopaths will keep you entangled in their web of lies and you will be one of their many victims.
"When you actually believe someone is true to you only to find out they are community husbands you are safer stepping aside. Nobody should ever tag me in posts about Jared Ombongi who has been associated with me I disassociate myself from such links from today.
"As politicians say “I would rather die” than be linked to a polygamist! Narcissism is real. Stay woke. I speak out because no one will ever embarrass me again. People ask why put your stuff out there? Well it’s because next time you see Mr community husband don’t give him the credit of saying that’s Lillian’s man. I am actually very blessed I have two wonderful men in my life Joshua munene and Liam Francis and that’s all I need."
Across Gusii, the couple would be spotted in several social functions with Niverton introducing her in a funeral at Masaba as his wife after the birth of her child.
Prior to that, the couple would be seen in several Shabana FC games since Mr Niverton is the chairperson of the club for many years now.
At a fundraiser for the club following it's dramatic promotion to National Super League in November, both Ombong'i and Muli attended and gave a joint donation of Sh200, 000.
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