The Sonko's drama have this afternoon taken a new twist as Mary Nkatha is set to go live on Jalango Television. Sonko became a talk in town few days ago after leaking a video of Mary in an compromising situation. This drew massive reactions from Kenyans from all Gender.
In the interview that is set to be graced by Comedian Felix Odiwour alias Jalang'o, Mary Nkatha is expected to unveil her side of story after suffering public embarrassment when Sonko leaked their private conversation.
This latest development has forced Sonko to react. While taking to his account, the vocal leader informed Mary to tell Jalas that he will also be live through his social media account to reveal more information concern the discussion. Went ahead to state that orders being label against him will only favour his lawyers.
This is coming at the time the Governor is expected to appear before the Judicial Service Commission to shed more light on his latest videos. It still remains unclear the decision the court will take if the informations are found to be false.
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