Former Nairobi Governer, Hon Mike Sonko, who is a member of Wiper party and a close ally of former Vice President Hon Kalonzo Musyoka has left Kenyans talking after being spotted with Ruto's close men at Mombasa County.
Taking to his social media accounts, Hon Sonko revealed that he had attended a church breakfast meeting at Bahari Beach Hotel together with those leaders who includes former Mombasa Senator Hon Hassan Omar and Msambweni MP Hon Faisal Bader among others.
This caused different reactions with section of netizens congratulating him for practicing mature politics which includes sharing ideas with competitors for the purpose of peace and unity in the country.
Others alleged that Mike Sonko might be finding his way to UDA with few months remaining before general election. Below are some of the reactions.
Mike Sonko is currently facing some challenges as Court and IEBC have threatened to bar him from seeking any elective seat in the coming general election because of his previous alleged misuse of office.
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