Drama as Sonko turns Gigiri police station into crusade site overnight, buys breakfast for inmates
By Lebo1 | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 56372 views
The disgraced former Nairobi County boss is said to have turned the Gigiri police station into a crusade rally after he was transferred there overnight. Mike Sonko was arraigned in a Kiambu court on various charges ranging from robbery with violence to capital offences including terrorism offences.
According to Kenya.co.ke digital media, the former governor is said to have been put in a cell with five other inmates who were brought in for various crimes. He is said to have instantly clicked with the fellow inmates before they started prayer intercessions with the other incarcerated inmates.
It is said the prayers at a point are said to have become so loud that the police at the report desk asked them to reduce the noise. The former governor leads one of the most dramatic lifestyles with his shenanigans gaining notoriety in the public limelight. He had a fallout with his once close ally president Uhuru Kenyatta whom he credits for his latest woes.
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