It's been a while since the flamboyant ex nairobi governor Mike Sonko was seen in a limelight. The only places he has been seen is either in the courtroom or at the hospital for treatment.
On Sunday morning through his twitter handle the popular politician uploaded a video where he is seen showing his prowess to scoop sand that is used to mix the the cement for construction. Mike Sonko who's facing a number of charges in court captioned his video with some worrying comment, " life after politics is stress free".
Mike Sonko's followers on twitter flogged his post with a lot hilarious comments. Majority were happy with what he was doing and encouraged him to keep on working hard. He's always described as a man of people and with that he melted the hearts of many of his more than one million fans.
Here are some of the comment's
@ peteratemo "Kazi ni kazi"
@geoff_wageni "Koroga koroga, leta leta leta simiti, mchanga na kokoto... maji hapa leta leta.... 😂😂😂
This mjengo work introduced me real work and warm welcome to NBI 2012..."
@jay_maxhizmo "Ni muhimu sana you can imagine someone does what you are doing as his job which they don't even get everyday.. because of badconomics"
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