Through an application at the High Court, the controversial politician has noted that he would like the court to surrender back the Ksh 15 million that was given as his cash bail sometimes back.
He has noted that he is ready to give out Ksh 30 million vehicles as security in exchange for the cash bail in order to meet the financial needs of his family.
“I am asking the court to be allowed to deposit security in place of the cash bail to enable me access the money for purposes of attending to my health, paying school fees for my children, pay my lawyers and cater for my daily needs and those of my family,” said Sonko.
According to the former county chief, he has no other source of income to support his family and that he has secured three high-end vehicles worth Sh30.4 million which he wants to surrender to court as securities in place of the cash bail.
This comes at a time when he has been facing several high profile cases in different courts in the country over his political and leadership with sone touching on his suitability to serve as a leader.
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