Hon Mike Mbuvi Sonko, the Ex-Nairobi County Governor ignited a hot debate online when he celebrated Mashujaa Day in a very unique way. According to his recent post, he quoted an African proverb which says, "Tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.(Courtesy photo)
He added that as we celebrate our heroes, and heroines on Wednesday in Kirinyaga County Mashujaa Day, we must appreciate that their courage, leadership and wisdom paved the way for us to enjoy the blessings of freedom, independence and democracy.
He explained that these are the heroes and heroines who prepared for us for the peace and harmony we enjoy as of now. He said the peace and stability that the country continues to enjoy was hard earned by a lot of sacrifices and bloodshed. To him, they sacrificed a lot to reach where we are today.
He then called upon Kenyans that they have to agree to forge forward as one people and as the children of one God.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them joined him in wishing all Kenyans happy Mashujaa Day. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading, Comments and don't forget to share widely￼
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