Mike Sonko is a kenyan politicia who ruled Nairobi county as the second governor but later was removed from the seat through impeachment. He was impeached by the senate on 17th December 2020 following corruption charges.
However, as his name suggests "Sonko" which means rich, he has an incredible amount of money and wealth having ruled as governor. To showcase his wealth, Sonko spent millions for her daughter's exclusive graduation. Speaking about his wealth, its all about gold and pure gold. In regards, he drives golden cars and owns numerous Multimillion mansions scattered in different places around Kenya.
Mike Sonko being so rich and only breathing richness, he excudes a kind of richness and influential aura wherever he is. The only thing that is not golden about him is his skin. The debunk remours said that he earns 6 million just from matatus. In addition, he has also bought blings for himself worth Kenya Shillings 1.9 million.
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