He says that people who have tried have always ended up in trouble, something that began even before Uhuru came to power, during Daniel Moi's reign.
He says that so serious and ready to punish such people is the government that even powerful people like Deputy President William Ruto cannot dare try it.
"This will get you in big trouble. A minister in Moi's government threatened to reveal what Jayden was upto and he was fired. Sonko tried to start revealing what he knows of Jayden's nocturnal activities and he was thrown in jail so fast. Even Itumbi and Ruto avoid that subject," he says in a tweet.
This was in response to a Kenyan, who, in a tweet, had inquired if anybody can tell Kenyans about The Amherst College', Uhuru's former school.
Sonko was recently taken round in courts after claiming to have been part of the team that played dirty games to help Uhuru secure a reelection in 2017.
He claimed that himself, Interior Principal Secretary and other people close to Uhuru sent people in ODM party branded clothing to burn vehicles in Nairobi.
The plan, he said, was to make it look like it was supporters of ODM leader Raila Odinga who was doing it, to portray Raila as a violent man who doesn't deserve to be in power.
Mwangi says that afraid of the consequences, not even brave persons like election strategist Dennis Itumbi can dig into Uhuru's past.
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