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This is the man netizens want Lilian Muli to get married to

By NAIRA HABIB October 14th, 2017 2 min read

A photo shared by Pastor Robert Burale showing him in a tight embrace with Citizen TV news anchor Lilian Muli has promoted Kenyans online to play matchmakers asking for the two media personalities to tie the knot since they look good together.

Pastor Burale shared the picture on his Instagram page with a sweet message to the news presenter appreciating her for being a true friend.

“Many see you as a public figure… I see you as a friend with the most genuine heart… Truly special. Much luv,” Pastor Burale captioned the photo.

Lilian also went ahead to re-share the post on her Instagram page telling the pastor that he is a special person in her life and one of the people she can be totally honest with.

“I’ve always been able to tell you anything @burale1 although I don’t say it often you are truly special,” wrote Lilian.

@burale1 although I don’t say it often you are truly special. ❤️

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The exchange of public affection did not go unnoticed by their followers who gushed on how the two were a match made in heaven with some even openly advising the pastor that Lilian can make a good wife.

Pastor Burale, a father of one parted ways with his baby mama and has been living with his daughter after his partner remarried.

However, he has come out to say that he is in good terms with his ex-partner and that they are co-parenting.

It has been reported in the media that Lilian, a mother of one, has been seeking divorce from the father of her child, although Nairobi News cannot confirm if she went on with the court procedure to annul the marriage.

Here are some of the comments from their followers on Instagram:

“Hii picha iko ten thousand words,” said Complexstarsix

“Match made in heaven,” wrote Lenaleft.

“You two would be cute together… but you are cuter with your respective partners,” wrote Kiemieeeee.

“Couple goals,” said Charlesgor_254.

“Aaaaand she could make a good wife,” said Mwiitu.

“Wedding bells ,where can we pick our cards,” wrote Aukobenter.