Despite the controversies that have surrounded his political life, the immediate former Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has shown on several occasions that he has the heart to help and rush to provide assistance to those in need without considering the region they come from, or their tribe. However, one Tuesday night, he sent his Facebook followers into sombre mood after announcing the tragic death of a young lady.
On his page, Sonko shared a picture of a young lady in a graduation gown, then went on to state that she had sadly lost her life in a road accident in Gilgil. The former Nairobi County boss went on to add that the lady those name he gave as Cynthia had sadly died on her birthday.
He went on to break hearts further by stating that Cynthia was just two weeks away from her graduation ceremony. He did not reveal which institution she was learning, the course she was pursuing or from which region she is coming from.
This sad update attracted most of his followers, many joining to sympathize with the family and pray for her soul to rest in everlasting peace.
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