Mike Sonko was reduced to a keyboard warrior by being ousted from the Nairobi gubernatorial position.
Like common citizens, small matters excite him on social media.
Today, he shared a photo of supermarket shelf parked with Arimis Milking Jelly to the brim.
Sonko went ahead to joke that Nairobi County has many farmers and the product is on high demand.
Arimis is made for applying to the teats of cows after milking to prevent them from cracking.
They are not perfumed to prevent milking from staining.
However, Kenyans have adopted other uses such as applying to the body.
They believe that it smoothens and moisturises the skin.
Ladies usually apply it on their lips to prevent lips from cracking when lip balm isn't available.
Kenyans generally like it because it affordable and easily available in local shops and stores.
However, Sonkos message was a coded one and his followers quickly interpreted as it can be seen from the comments below.
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