The number of interested candidates to succeed the Former Nairobi County's governor Mike Sonko is adding up day after the other. Even after the court first suspending the by-elections, different citizens are showing their interest for the post.
The one term (2007-2013) lawmaker had called it quits from politics since 2013, on what he claimed as 'choking his soul.' He later in 2014 became a legal adviser in the Office of the President and indulged more in constitutional affairs, till 2017.
He ventured in his legal practice alongside private business till now, that he has developed interest for the city's post.
“....You and I no doubt agree that Nairobi deserves better than what we have, and what we have had. We will spend 80 per cent of our lives here and will most likely die here, so why not,” he stated.
The Harvard University alumni expressed his confidence that he was going to wow the Nairobi residents to vote him in.
"...When it’s well settled, and I am in the race, I will speak to Nairobians and I am sure they will listen,” he added.
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