Njogu Wa Njoroge introduces mystery woman after alleged breakup with Mary Lincoln
Media personality Njogu wa Njoroge has set tongues wagging with the introduction of a mysterious woman on his social media platforms.
The veteran journalist recently shared intimate photos of the unidentified woman, affectionately declaring her as “Mine” with love emojis.
The snapshots captured the duo smiling next to each other, their heads touching in a display of what seems to be a close bond.
Adding a melodious touch to the revelation, Njogu accompanied the images with the soundtrack of Diamond Platnumz’s popular song “My Baby (Paradise).”
Njogu Wa Njoroge, a well-known radio personality, was previously married to gospel singer Mary Lincoln, who served as his second wife.
The couple celebrated their union with a traditional wedding in August 2020, attended by notable Kikuyu celebrities.
The last public appearance of Njogu and Mary occurred in October 2021 during Mary’s birthday celebration, where the radio personality hosted an extravagant birthday party for his second wife.
However, recent events have raised eyebrows, particularly with the unveiling of the mystery woman on Njogu’s social media.
Following the photos’ circulation, Mary Lincoln took to her Instagram account to share a cryptic message cautioning her followers about individuals with hidden intentions.
“May God protect us from people who act nice to us but secretly have bad intentions,” she conveyed.
Mary Lincoln, no stranger to controversy, faced a scandal in November 2022 when explicit images were shared online by blogger Martha Hinga.
The leaked video depicted Mary Lincoln covered in a white towel before she stripped completely naked, exposing her well-toned body during a video call.
Addressing the accusations and trolling on social media, Mary Lincoln said:
“I have been trolled, but the one that got me is being told that I am a devil’s agent.”
She emphasized her Christian upbringing, having been raised by a reverend father.
Mary Lincoln is also close friend to top politicians in Kenya, often attending government events and freely mingling with political figures.