Former Nairobi county governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has been left ashamed after Michelle Ntalami dismissed his earlier claim that she was in a relationship with the late Eldoret model Edwin Chiloba. In a post he made on Twitter Sonko said that Ntalama and Chiloba were lovers and even had a child together. Sonko then said Ntalama had written a heart touching message to Chiloba after his death a sign that she loved him. Sonko even went ahead to share photos of the two together.
"Kumbe the late Edwin Chiloba had an affair with @MichelleNtalami na walikuwa na mapenzi moto moto hadi jana Michelle had to pen down a beautiful tribute to the late Edwin Chiloba recalling the first time they met and the beautiful moments they shared. Rest in Peace Edwin." Sonko tweeted.
After seeing Sonko's tweet Ntalama responded and dismissed all the claims made by the former governor. She said that she always respected Sonko but after his controversies she has stopped doing that. Ntalama said she was the last person Chiloba could have been attracted to because she is feminine. She then told Sonko to stop sharing fake news to Kenyans before clarifying if it is true.
"I’ve always held you in high regard, I believe you are above this. If you understood the dynamics, you would know a feminine woman like me would be the last person he would be attracted to. This is a sensitive matter. Stop propagating lies."
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