Mike Sonko Delivers Powerful Message as He Slams Enemies
By Star1TV | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 0 views
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has taken to social media message as he describes about people who have negative perception one's life.
In his post, Sonko reflected on how individuals who never like one's progress do and behave saying that when they never love you, they create a chain of network with other people with the same perception about you.
Sonko added that though they no longer rhyme with you, the funny part is that they've once enjoyed and spent time with you.
He claims that as you might come across such, Sonko advices not to throw stones to any dog that barks especially when you've dreams to fulfill in life.
The former governor who has since been on hard tursles said that one needs to stay focused though what you always aim at to achieve in life is what many are envious for.
Kenyans have heavily reacted to Mike Solo's post saying that what he talked about is real in life and can happen.
The reactions below reflect what Kenyans had to say as they laud Mike Sonko's post matters his powerful message.
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