Mike mbuvi sonko is one of the most famous individuals in the republic of Kenya. He is a politician and he has served in various offices where of late, he was the governor of Nairobi county before his Impeachment. Currently, Sonko has kept himself out of the politics eventhough there are some rumours that he might make a political comeback come 2022.
Now, today, the Tuko News took us back to the year 1993 where they revealed what governor Mike Sonko wanted to do in Kwale county without any success. Through their official twitter page, tuko news said that Mr Sono tried to join the police force during the recruitment without any success.
According to Sonko, he had qualified during this recruitment but those incharge did not approve his qualification. He said that despite winning the 150 metres race, the bosses blamed him for running like a "thief". This is a very shocking thing because police officers are required to be those people with ability to run.
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