The Former governor of Nairobi, Mike Mbuvi Sonko is a man who is well known to help the needy Kenya's meet their various family needs. He has extended his hand of help for those who needed jobs, those who needed medical assistance and those who had no place to stay.
His impeachment was a joy to those who saw nithing good in whatever he deed, but it was a great sorrow to majority who saw him as their source of hope.
After his impeachment, Mike was faced with many scandals that led to his arrest. He was however released on a bond, and already needy people have started to feel his presence again.
Today Mike Sonko has supported the residents of Donholm Kamola who had lost their belongings to a fire that had ragged the slum, by donating Mattresses, Buckets and other belongings to sustain themselves for sometime.
Sonko has made it clear that the hurdles that he is facing won't make him support the Kenyan's who need his help.
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