• Ng'ang'a accused the governor of gaining access to a vehicle she allegedly owns and having it sold.
• She also alleges her shares in the hotel company she co-owned with the governor were transferred without her consent.
Former Machakos first lady Lilian Ng'ang'a has accused Governor Alfred Mutua of harassment, saying the county chief has refused to move on since their break up. https://bit.ly/3CJxMRe
The separation between Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua and his ex -Lilian Ng'ang'a - has taken an ugly turn, with the latter accusing the county chief of harassment and refusing to move on.
In a press conference with her lawyer Philip Murgor on Thursday, Ng'ang'a accused the governor of gaining access to a vehicle she allegedly owns and having it sold.
“Mutua, accompanied by his police guard, Martin Nzinghi arrived at my apartment parking lot at Kileleshwa, Nairobi, and without my knowledge or consent and using a spare key which he had legally obtained, drove way my personal motor vehicle KBY 186G- a car which had been fully registered in my name since 2014,” read part of Ng'ang'a's statement.
She also alleges her shares in Ndash Enterprises Ltd - the hotel company - were transferred without her consent. Ng'ang'a said she named the company after her high school nickname, Ndash.
"At no point did I execute a transfer of my shares or otherwise transfer my 1,800 shares (45%) shareholding in the company..." she said.
Ng'ang'a has called on DPP Noordin Haji and Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai to probe the matters.
Ng'ang'a maintains her separation from Mutua was not amicable, contrary to what the governor has said in previous interviews, adding she has not been in talking terms with him since August.
She alleged Mutua threatened to "crush me to ashes" after she called for an amicable separation during a meeting in September, accompanied by two friends.
Ng'ang'a says she filed a case in court seeking a restraining order in October.
She said she was never married to Mutua, but rather they were long-term partners.
Ng'ang'a added that what she has gone through amounts to an "insidious form of GBV, known as psychological and economic gender-based violence".