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Sonko's Late Night Message To Newspaper Publishers Stirring Online Uproar

Mike Mbuvi Sonko is the former governor of the Nairobi County Government. He left office after impeachment due to corruption, gross misconduct, and abuse of office. Sonko is the second governor to be impeached in Kenya.

A few hours ago, Sonko asked magazine publishers and cartels to allow him to relax like a common citizen."Kumbe the Newspapers and the media cartels are missing me? Hebu muniache nirelax kama raia mwema Bana jamani." Mike Sonko

This message attracted a series of reactions from netizens;

"Sonko is such a combative and consummate polítician, He has never lost in a political showdown and can never lose. Uhuru is already old and going home but sonko is still in 40's He still has a lot to deliver to Kenyans. I can promise You the same sonko Who mounts equivocal and spirited battles hasn't changed. Am not a prophet but I see sonko rising again next year." Hon Frank Lumumba

"3rd best Governor in 2019 in terms of development. The cartels feared like unawafungia wasikule, you helped the people. Ubarikiwe Sonkoree," Makori Orina

"You abused power and mocked God. Enjoy the Grass, grace is gone. One lesson in life, avoid evil money. Get clean, blessed money. Respect authority, the presidency. Be humble and when you do nice things to others, don't shout. Nature can see. Lastly, invest in education. The oblongata matters. When you fall naturally, you can rise, if you fall through the bullet, you will not rise. They will come in droves for fare thee well. Free wisdom, ask King Solomon." James Ngari

"I like your charisma & resilience. You speak up your mind hata kama ni Rais amekukosea you got the guts to speak up. Keep the fire burning 🔥..stay blessed gavanareee," Fredrick MunyaoDo you think Sonko will make a comeback in 2022? Drop a comment

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