Sonko's woes might have gotten a breather after the supreme court puts Ann Kananu's swearing in as Nairobi Governor on hold. Kananu's swearing was to happen this week.
As star newspaper reports, supreme Court judge Mohamed Ibrahim has suspended the process saying Sonko's appeal was certified and needs to be re-looked again. He said the order stopping the county's Assumption of the Office, governor Committee and Nairobi City county from swearing-in Kananu shall be in force for the next 14 days.
Mike Sonko has been vocal in recent past condemning the Government for joining forces to frustrate him. It should be remembered that the government created the NMS unit to counter Sonko's ruling and has been in constant wars.
This ruling is another blow to Uhuru's government after supreme court makes another ruling against it. Kenyans on Twitter have since reacted this news a large section celebrating the courts for standing against impunity while a section chastising Sonko for going against Uhuru.
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