Mbuvu Gideon Kioko, famously known as "sonkoree" or simply "Sonko" by his supporters in politics, served as the second governor of Nairobi before his impeachment from his office.Kenya is among the countries in the world that is known for its agricultural activities and the a well balanced climate for its citizens. During the day time, the average temperature is between 20°C / 68°F and 28°C/82°F, but its warmer on the coast side. This is because Kenya, is close to the equator thus enabling it to experience both winter and summer seasons.Earlier this morning, Mike Mbuvi took on his instagram account a warning to prepare Kenyans who live in the coastal region, over a storm nicknamed "Jobo" which has already hit Mtwara, in southern Tanzania.According to him, the storm is now moving towards the Kenyan coast, which might creat destruction of properties and even cause death. "May the Almighty God protect us all" he prayed.
Below are some of the comments from his followers who believe he is wrong and should stop such an act. "Tanzania hakina hicho kitu" said one of the fans.Click on the link below for the full video. Share with us your opinion in the comment sector and don't forget to follow our page for more updates.
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