The former Governor for Nairobi County Hon. Mike Mbuvi Sonko has always been on the spot for exposing recordings to proof that the judiciary in Kenya is allegedly corrupt. His videos recordings have always gone viral attracting various reactions from Kenyas. Meanwhile, Sonko is yet to appear to the Judicial Service Commission where he will appear as a witness to testify what he has been posting on social media.
Sonko has broken silence highlighting that there is no court order that has been issued against him that will bar him from posting anything on social media. Meanwhile he has revealed that he has another expose that he will share with time.
Activist Boniface Mwangi has broken his silence on the court barring Mike Sonko from exposing anything on social media. Boniface Mwangi has sent an appeal to Mike Sonko to send him the videos and he will share them online. According to Mike Sonko, the court wants gagged Mike Sonko but not the 50 million Kenyans who want the evil, corrupt people who are destroying Kenya exposed.
Boniface Mwangi further reveals that Sonko recordings are proof that Justice is for sale in Kenya.
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