Former Nairobi governor has on Monday evening shared a video as he was shaved in one of undisclosed barbershop in the city.
Since his impeachment, the former city boss has maintained a low political profile, only choosing to interact with his followers on social media where he's assumed the role of a 'blogger' characterised by 'exposes', news updates and live sessions besides conducting his usual philanthropic ways in the city.
The flamboyant politician who is known for a flashy lifestyle has left Kenyans talking after the huge sum of money he paid for only being shaved.
As per the video, immediately after the barber is through shaving Sonko, the latter asks the cost of the service.
The barber informs Sonko that the cost of the service is sh.3000 where Sonko immediately pays the amount via his phone.
Kenyans on social media have reacted differently to the huge amount of shaving that the politician paid.
For more here is the video;
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