"Mungu Mponye" Photo Of Mike Sonko In Hospital Bed Leaves Kenyans Talking
By Quickflash | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 19954 views
Mike Mbuvi Sonko is a Kenyan politician and former Nairobi governor. Few weeks ago, he was impeached by Nairobi MCAs due to gross misconduct.
He was arrested few days ago and taken to Girigiri police station but later on was released on 300000 cash bail. A photo of Mike Sonko in a hospital bed emerged online eliciting mixed reactions. According to the source, Sonko's daughter identified as Sandra visited him at Nairobi Hospital.
This sparked a heated debate online and Kenyans rushed online to express their views. They said the hospital looked luxurious like a hotel. Few people bashed Sonko for pretending to be sick after being summoned in court. Opera fraternity wishes him a quick recovery. What's your take on this issue, are Kenyans being petty?
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