Mike Sonko, a contender for governor of Mombasa, has shown worry for Congestina Achieng, a former top female boxer in Kenya who has been unwell for some time. Congestina, who suffers from mental illness, has been observed meandering aimlessly on the streets of Siaya, but no one has bothered to come to her aid. Her family has unsuccessfully sought assistance.
Former Nairobi County governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko was moved by Congestina's son's WhatsApp post requesting public assistance to transport his mother to a man of God, Pastor Ezekiel of Mombasa County. According to her son's assessment, they now do not believe in rehabilitation and aim to explore alternative solutions through prayer, as faith is a healing force.
Sonko has been instrumental in assisting the Legend by transporting her to numerous health and rehabilitation facilities, particularly in Nairobi and Mombasa County. Sonko has criticized the administration for its lack of concern for Congestina, despite her success in gaining national and international recognition for the country.
Sonko, the former governor of Nairobi County, has vowed to never weary of doing good, and he has dispatched his rescue squad to Siaya to assist Congestina. Therefore, he has promised to take Congestina to the Mtumishi prophetess Mary Kagendo for prayers, as he has decided to do what her son has said regarding prayer.
Kenyans on social media have expressed a variety of views and ideas over Sonko's actions, with some netizens praising Sonko for his golden heart in assisting hopeless individuals in society and wishing him more blessings from the almighty god. Here are some responses from Kenyan internet users:
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