Kenyans Laud Lillian Muli’s Father’s Day Message To Ex-Husband, Also See Other Celebrity’s Messages


Yesterday was father’s day and just like many of us, our beloved celebrities took to social media to say sweet words to their daddies and boos. Perhaps the most unexpected which has unsurprisingly generated much buzz was Citizen TV’s Lillian Muli’s Father’s Day message to her ex-husband Moses Kanene.

We all know Lillian’s story… The news anchor married Moses Kanene on 6th of September 2009 breaking the hearts of many Kenyan men who lusted after her.

Lillian and Moses were among the best power couples in Kenyan entertainment industry but sadly, their union didn’t last as long as rooting fans would have liked.

Years later, the screen siren parted ways with her boo, taking their son with her.

Lillian Muli's Father's Day message
Lillian Muli and her son

Lillian recently revealed that Moses’ abusive nature towards her was the reason behind their divorce.

Severally, she has taken to Instagram to talk about abusive relationships. On one occasion, she said; “don’t allow yourself to be a victim, you have OPTIONS to walk away.”

News also say that the duo is not seeing eye to eye and may not be in good terms. However, her latest message to her ex-flame seems to scream otherwise.

Lillian took to her Instagram account to type a heartfelt message to Moses accompanied by a photo of him (pictured below).

Lillian Muli's Father's Day Message

She wrote; “Happy Father’s Day to the Father of my Child Moses Kanene we have an amazing son and he Loves you to bits.”

The post immediately saw numerous comments from fans most of which praised her maturity.

Here are some comments:

robert.kilm: I am touched. This is really really awesome. God bless you.

saidamrembo: I love you for this, Big Ups hun.

chalooh: #maturityreloaded

justohkenya: You have done something great.

liz: This is great, it takes a lot of maturity to acknowledge him.

sospeternyenjeri: Kudos Lilmuli, you have demonstrated how healthy things should be done.

mutua: Lil Muli I celebrate women of dignity like you. That was awesome

mbulahjubillet: Kudos, maturity indeed

mutave: Lilmuli wow! you just have a big heart I just like this.

Another surprising Father’s day post came from another Citizen TV hottie Anne Kiguta. Rumors had it that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s cousin Jomo Gecaga was her baby daddy, but both of them never said anything about being in a relationship. Also, Kiguta never revealed who was the father of her twins.

But yesterday, she finally let the cat out of the bag when she wished Gecaga a Happy Father’s Day on Instagram, accompanied by a video of him playing with the kids.

Happy Father’s Day 👧🏽👶🏽👶🏽 👑@jomogecaga 🥇🥇🥇🎊🎊🎊💘💘💘

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Here is a look at how other celebrities celebrated their father figure, from  Zari Hassan to Akothee.

Lillian Muli's Father's Day Message

Zari Hassan wrote to Diamond Platinumz: “Happy Father’s Day Le Hubby, May The Good God Keep You Safe For Us. We Appreciate All Your Efforts 😍

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Akothe wrote about her dad;

“See Who is visiting, The main man in my life, wengine ni kubahatisha, I love you dad Happy Father’s Day jaduong. You saw us through life. I love having lunch with you on this special day”

Cross Over 101 presenter, Grace Ekirapa wrote about her dad;

“This picture here is evidence of how much fun we have when we are together even so many years later. Our amazing dad who without experience or manual to learn from raised three strong and resilient ladies who can face whatever life brings them. He is our first love. Daddy, we love you so much for being you. Thank You for being a strong dad for us.”

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Gospel Artist SIZE 8 Reborn said about her husband DJ Mo;

“To the best dad God can ever give to my little girl my husband @djmokenya You are indeed such a blessing to this girl. I will never love her as much as you do. Thank you for taking your place and position in her life.”