Former Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has today been captured in a video which has since then gone viral. In the video,Sonko is seen loading sand in a wheelbarrow and leaves for another person to ferry and again loads another sand in a bucket and leaves it for another person to ferry.
Since his impeachment Sonko has not been of good health and also have not been doing well as he was once accused of sponsoring a group of terrorists.
With his poor health Sonko was said to be having a hip bone problem which caused him to skip some court sessions while being attended to at Nairobi Hospital.
The video has left many netizens talking with some of them asking if it is not the same Sonko who was once said to have been airlifted to South Africa for a hip bone replacement.
"Sonko I heard that u were to be airlifted to south africa for a hip dislocation operation and now you're here kwa mjengo," the netizen asked.
Here are some of the reactions from the Kenyans on Twitter.
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