Former Nairobi Governor Mile Sonko has sparked mixed reactions on social media after posing a big question demanding answers from Kenyans on what will happen if all leaders agree to forgive President Uhuru Kenyatta remaining a few days to the end of his tenure.
According to Mike Sonko, he has penned informing that he wishes to seek advice from Kenyans on what would happen if all leaders in different positions especially those who have been criticizing the Government including himself bury the hatchet and rally their support behind the President to complete his projects sparking mixed reactions.
"Watu wangu, Kwa hii page, I wish to seek some advice from you. For the betterment of all the citizens of this country, what would happen if all of us including all leaders in different positions especially those who have been criticizing the Government including, myself agreed to bury the hatchet by forgetting all our political differences and support the President to complete all the Government projects he has initiated as he finishes his term, and then we appreciate and give him a big send-off party when he retires?" Sonko has questioned.
The remarks from the former Nairobi Governor has received mixed reactions with Netizens advising him as follows;
Reagan Moseti: We can only do that if he accepts to resign as the court ruled that he has violated chapter six.
Tash: That would be the best thing to do......if you continue like this all those cases you have might be dismissed.
Dennis: Do the right thing with anything at your disposal to give what's best for the people. Criticize without being abusive, lead appropriately.
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