Former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko seems to be replacing his time in the office by interacting with Kenyans online. Mike Sonko who has a verified Twitter account of 1.4 million followers has in recent times been criticized for what he posts.
The governor once locked horns with another Twitter influencer Nyakundi after he was accused of sleeping with another man's wife. Sonko is famously known for his workability and influence on young people. He is infamous for wearing golden shoes worth more than Ksh 1 million.
This morning Sonko tweeted and said, "Ukaamka leo upate breaking News Kuna Lorry imeanguka CBD town at 6am loaded with billions of US Dollars and wakenya are looting from it, wewe unaweza fanya nini na bado uko home?"
Kenyans on the other hand fired at Sonko for encouraging lazyness. One twitter user replied, "Sonko tafadhali encourage watu ki work hard there's no shortcut in making money, working hard and smart iyo ya lorry kuanguka na pesa ni fantasy..."
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