Even Her Dog Has An Instagram Account! See The Lavish Lifestyle Of Sonko's Youngest Daughter Sandra
By Longneck | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 16657 views
Former Nairobi Governor is man with very beautiful daughters. He has three daughters namely Saumu Sonko who is the first born, Salma Mbuvi who is the second born and Sandra Sonko who is the third and last born.
Apart from his three biological children, the controversial politician has also adopted other kids from needy families.
Sandra Sonko who is the youngest daughter of the former Nairobi Governor lives a lavish life just like her father. She has expensive taste for very luxurious cars and her fashion is also very expensive.
She seems to be the one enjoying most of her fathers wealth being the last born of the family. Most of her photos on her social media accounts, you will find her surrounded by very expensive cars.
Her dog named angel mbuvi also has an instagram account with several followers and it is one of the most expensive white dogs.
See photos of Sandra eating life with a big spoon.
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