14 June 2018

Kenya: Lilian Muli On Her Pregnancy and 'Baby Daddy' Rumours

Heavily pregnant Citizen TV news anchor Lilian Muli has revealed that she will not share pictures of her unborn baby until she is all grown up.

Lilian says she has taken the decision so as to ensure the baby is not exposed to online trolls.

Many a times Lilian has found herself on the receiving end from members of the public, especially Kenyans on Twitter, and she says wouldn't want her baby to go through the same experience.

She says one of the most annoying rumours to be peddled online about her is the one about fellow celebrated TV anchor Jeff Koinange, a married man and a father of one, being responsible for her pregnancy.

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According to Lilian, who often gives updates on her pregnancy journey via her online show Pregnant With Lilian, these are some of the reasons why she intends keep her unborn child a 'secret', including not opening a social media account for the infant like other celebrities do.

"The greatest rumor I heard about my pregnancy is that its Jeff Koinange's, seriously guys, really!!... I will not reveal the baby's face. In as much as many people have been supportive and happy for me, there are those who have said the most heartless things, and it shocks me that people can be so openly vicious and unkind. When baby is bigger, yes, I might. There will be no social media account for my baby," she said.

The sassy TV anchor divorced her husband Njuguna Kanene two years ago after 7 years of marriage. The two have a son together.

Currently Lilian is in a relationship with flamboyant football administrator Jared Nevaton, who bankrolls Shabana Football Club.

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