The flamboyant Nairobi governor Mike sonko has lit up the internet again after he was spotted wearing a Louis Viton face mask that is allegedly going for at least 1800 dollars that is around 180k kenyan money.
When it comes to protecting one self from this deadly virus the governor is seen to be taking no chances as just some few weeks ago he was spotted wearing a full body suit for protection.
The Nairobi governor is well known for his trendy and fashionable looks, the rich governor has a gold plated car and always flashes gold rings and chain in most of his media appearance.
The Louis Viton face mask is Said to be worth a fortune, however sources have it that it is always advisable to wear a thin mask under before you put on the expensive mask.
This comes after yet another man in india suprised many after he went all guns blazing faith a golden face mask aslo worth a fortune.
The governor survived Impeachment early this year but this however came with a cost as he was forced to hand in all key operations to the Nairobi metropolitant services (NMS) in a deal that saw him retain his seat.
However the governor remains popular and loved by many of nairobi residents for his acts of kindness, He is also known as to be one of the most generous leader in kenya as he never goes by and doesn't leave something for people to celebrate or eat.
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