Huruma Tu! Senator Murkomen Shares Pictures of Humble Mike Sonko In Police Cells [PHOTOS]
By Calender | self meida writer
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Former Senate Majority Leader and Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen on Thursday visited the former Governor of Nairobi Mike Mbuvi Sonko at his police cell in Gigiri Police Station.
The Senator who had earlier been accused of doing nothing to help the Former Governor, who has been his political Ally, shared two pictures of him together with Sonko who was still held at the police cell, but they could communicate through the open bars.
In his message Murkomen wrote: "it shall be well."
Sonko who was arrested on Monday has faced several charges including terrorism related ones.
The Former Governor was on Thursday detained for further five days, thus untill Tuesday next week, after which the court will hear and determine his bail application.
His arrest has been marred with lots of controversy with leaders allied to the Deputy President William Ruto protesting against his detention terming it illegal.
His woes begun when he made serious allegations against Interior PS Karanja Kibicho and President Uhuru Kenyatta whom he accuse of smoking 'the big cigarette' with.
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