According to the post on twitter account, Mike Mbuvi Sonko the former Nairobi governor has urged all citizens of this country reduce the living standards following the rise of fuel. He asked those who owns cars and those wishing to buy one to purchase that has less usage of fuel. He urged them to buy those cars that consume less fuel rather those that are trending in the country. "When buying a car buy one that is fuel efficient and corresponds with your salary. Don't follow the trend," he said on his official twitter account.
Sonko further urged Kenyans that they should utilize their salaries and wages well and not to purchase expensive items because doing such will lead depressions. "All you need is a means of convenient and reliable transportation not a source of additional stress," he said.
Sonko was removed from office as a governor for corruption allegations. He was of misuse of office and public funds meant for development within and outside the city.
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