Mixed Reactions As Sonko's Daughter Wrote This Letter to Him
By Cheboi_Vic☆ | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 9135 views
Sonko's daughter, Salma Mbuvi has caused a spark online after she penned down a heartfelt message to her dad.
Sonko has been trending this month following some vicious charges by the court. He was detained in jail for about 2 weeks and has recently been released under a bail of Ksh 300, 000.
His daughter, Salma Mbuvi has recently given birth nevertheless she wasn't left behind and has penned a heartfelt letter with the intention of encouraging him, the letter has surfaced online.
The Nairobi former Governor has been admitted in hospital after complaining he had stomach pains while in jail, his family didn't let him down and has been sending him encouraging messages, his wife was also spotted visiting him while in jail.
Sonko's wife, Primrose has been making sure his husband ate to satisfaction to maintain his health, she also changed her Instagram Profile picture (DP) to his. True love indeed! Sonko has a family to be proud of.
What is your opinion about Salma's letter?
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