The former Nairobi Governor, Mike Mbuvi Sonko has responder back to the Standard Newspaper after they published a headline in today's paper looking into the life of the former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko During and after his political life.
The Newspaper's headline reads “Inside The Tragic World Of Sonko.” The standard newspaper also highlighted about his flashy life and his rise to being a 'king of bling' and the 'master of theatrics'.
It's also talked about him living in a glass house to throwing stones.
They also talked about him as the 'son of a strict mother who enjoyed being with people.'
Sonko reacted to this headline by saying that
and i quote him " kumbe the Newspaper's and the media cartels are really missing me?. "
He added that and i quote him " Hebu muniache nirelax kama raia mwema bana Jamani."
This when translated, it goes this way, the newspaper's and the media are really missing him and he added that they should let him relax like a good citizen.
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