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Husband Withdraws Luxuries He Gifted Gospel Singer Mary Lincon Over Her Nudes

by Robert Mwangi
2 mins read

The paradise of veteran Kikuyu radio presenter Njogu wa Njoroge and his second wife, popular gospel musician Mary Lincon, has been rocked by a big storm.

This comes barely two weeks after Mary’s nudes surfaced online, courtesy of controversial Kikuyu blogger Martha Mwihaki Hinga.

Martha set tongues wagging after sharing the raunchy photos allegedly taken in an exquisite apartment in Kiambu. It is thought the photos leaked after the singer sent them to an unidentified man.

Many had thought that she would “deny! deny! deny!” but were shocked when she repented and renewed her vows before God earlier this week.

Now, unconfirmed reports indicate that her marriage is in the rocks.

The Nairobian claimed that Njogu could be planning to dissolve their marriage in a brutal and messy fashion following the betrayal.

The journalist may not let go without without repossessing some of the things he has gifted her.

Litkenya.com understands that Njogu purchased a basket of luxuries for her, including a midsize SUV car and a palatial home in Kikuyu Sub-County where they have been staying.

Since the scandal spread like bush fire, Njogu, who often regularly posts on his Facebook page, has been silent.

The couple solemnised their affair in August 2020, and it was reported by this publication.

Before, both were married, but had separated from their respective spouses.

They first met in 2017 during the re-election campaigns of retired President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Njogu, then a close friend of Uhuru, was planning political events to popularise the Jubilee Party and was also tasked to hire musicians and comedians to entertain at rallies.

One thing led to another and as they say, the rest is history, which is unfolding right before our eyes.

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