Raphael Tuju wife’s ‘lover’ found dead in Nairobi.

It's often fun and games when chewing people's wives, especially governors after separation lakini jameni, do it in the darkness without other people knowing your private affairs.

we all remember how the Top Dog GSU guy died in mysterious circumstances in upper hill, case remains unsolved.


His name was Tony Ogunda. “The former officer had been named in a divorce petition filed by Tuju, who is seeking to legally end his 27-year marriage to Ruth Akinyi Wanjare, with whom the former presidential aspirant has three children.” -The Standard

Tuju, who at the time was in Johannesburg said it was unfortunate that Tony Died.

It's good that Juliani has reported the threats made against him. It's out in the open now and he may take precautions. Whether he is in a relationship with the said lady or not doesn't matter.

He may be well advised to take all precautions. Several Kenyans have been on the receiving end of hurting big men egos, it hasn't always ended well.




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