Most of us should be knowing of the famous and vocal firmer Nairobi governor Sonko who always made headlines on regular basis. He always dominated headlines comprising of any good and bad deeds he had done. Unfortunately, it all went bad for him when an impeachment motion was raised against him which later got serious with time.
It was all unbelievable when a final verdict was reached and he had to be impeached with immediate effect. It was too sad that he just dropped from the frying pan into the fire when he was immediately put behind bars. This is something that happened for long as his case took long before he was later released.
Today, governor Sonko just posted a vedio that continues to cause a major uproar on Twitter. This is a post that he captioned;
"life after politics is stress-free."
According to the vedio, Sonko is operating a construction site where he is seen putting sand on a wheelbarrow for a young boy to ride it. However, he appears to be relaxed and cheerful with it. In deed, things always change with time.
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