If you frequently visit social media pages, you must have come across Mike Mbuvi Sonko at some point. He is the former governor of Nairobi county and a politician who is well grounded to be distracted by naysayers. The brave leader is headstrong and no matter the circumstances he always stands still. He is among Kenyan politicians who have moved from grass to fame through hardwork and determination.
Some minutes ago Sonko shared a video on his Facebook official page being carried by a bicycle in a street. Under the video she added a caption saying that when buying a car one should buy the one that is fuel efficient and corresponds with their salary. He urged Kenyans not to always follow the trend since all they need is a convenient and reliable transportation and not a source of additional stress.
This video attracted Kenyans reactions where many couldn't believe it is him since Sonko has been one of the richest people in Kenya. Others were thankful for the advice while others kept asking him where he is since it is like he is not in Kenya. The following are some of the comments from his followers.
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