While helping his supporters and fans, former Nairobi county governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko revealed the amount money he has in his Mpesa account. The revelation has left many people talking and they can't seem to be silent as they have been mesmerized by the money he has.
He had a live session on Facebook this morning where he shared his number and asked fans to tell him the problems they are having so that he can try and help them.
Many people called while others texted his live stream seeking help. One lady who went by the name Lavender asked the former governor to help her with some money to buy her baby some medicine. The governor decided to help her and sent her Ksh.1000.
After that he shared the confirmation message to show that he had really sent her the money and that is when the balance in his account was revealed. His Mpesa balance stood at ksh. 254,563. His total expenditure for this month was also very high at 3, 422, 293.
Fans could not keep quite as they shared and sought help from the governor. What is your opinion on this? Share with us in the comments section below.
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