(Citizen TV anchor Lillian Muli with her husband Nevaton Jared)
While Kenyans are widely known for their forgetfulness, a number of them are yet to forget the term “community husband” that was introduced by a seemingly angry Citizen TV anchor Lillian Muli while describing her randy Kisii husband Nevaton Jared Ombongi.
Lillian Muli would later apologize to him and welcomed Nivaton back to her fold as husband and father of her daughter.
“My recent outburst was my lowest moment, and I am not so proud of it because I had Kenyans speaking about it,” Lillian Muli said in an interview days later.
Adding that, “I think sometimes I underestimate my brand, even with the knowledge about social media power, especially now. As a word of caution to any upcoming brand, anytime you are emotional, take your time before posting anything on social media,”
“I can’t say it did not happen but I have made peace that it happened. If I could take it back I would, but I cannot act like it didn’t happen ’cause, of course, something that I am not proud of happened that made me react that way,
“I have made peace with myself and with the affected persons because some of these things affect even the family. I am a weak person but I am learning. I hope the affected will also make peace with me as well and even forget about it.”
It’s after he came to the public limelight through bad publicity that Kenyans opened the lid covering his pandora box. Inside the box, lied a renown gold trader who has high appetite for twilight girls who he splashes millions on, a man who love flamboyancy and lives beyond his means to please girls.
Few days after he was exposed by his wife Muli, Jared together with his friend Allan Kasavuli allegedly struck a deal on gold and got more than Sh100 million but spent the cash in high-end hotels and with twilight girls.
Nevaton MCOmbongi is said to have used part of his share to purchase a house and two identical black V8 vehicles. The two high end vehicles gave him a break over his range rover sports with a Tanzanian number plate.
Kasavuli who is described by his friends as a don’t care man, opted to get his family a home, but he couldn’t meet mortgage obligations and auctioneers were sent to recover the remainder of the debt. He’s now paying rent after being a high flyer in one of the city’s suburbs.