We need more happy stories! Lillian Ng'ang'a opines

The mother of one noted that most people like to capitalize on sad stories as pity pulls crowds and sells.

Lillian Nganga
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Juliani's wife Lillian Ng'ang'a has taken to her Instagram stories to encourage people to have a more positive outlook towards life.

The mother of one noted that most people like to capitalize on sad stories as pity pulls crowds and sells.

Lillian, who is a published author and entrepreneur asked netizens to learn to share their joy and wins online in as much as they share their low moments.


She noted that the world needed so much more beauty and light to keep people motivated and going. To remind people that things actually work and there's a light at the end of the tunnel.

"We need to see and hear more happy stories," started off the project manager and events coordinator.

Lillian in her post went on to add;


"Stories of happy marriages, flourishing friendships and joyous kids, career excellence, healthy parent-child relationships and all that.

Juliani with his wife Lillian Ng'ang'a
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I know sympathy sells but there is a lot of good things happening out there. Please how us!" The last of her post read.

A month ago, the mother of one gave her fans and followers a glimpse of what she does for a living in a bid to encourage people to get out there more and learn to harness the power of their talents and hobbies turning them into lucrative business ideas.

She went on to list what she does for a living and how this plays out for her.

"They say if you love what you do, you will never have to work a day in your life. Can the things you are good at and enjoy, be shared with others and even monetized? 

I'll go first. Organization: I am a Project Manager, a virtual EA, and an Events Coordinator," started off the mother of one who is currently married to gospel artist Juliani.

And that's not even the half of it. She went on to add that she is a business lady with a huge philanthropic heart. Revealing she has her own humanitarian foundation.

"Travelling: I own a travel company. Charity work: I run #The Lillian Nganqa Foundation," Lilian added.

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