Mike Sonko, a former Nairobi County Governor, is ecstatic this morning after the High Court of Kenya cleared him of all charges in connection with a 20 million Kenya shilling graft case that occurred while he was the county executive.
The decision-making venue, the Milimani Law Courts, hosted the former Nairobi Governor this morning. He had attempted but failed, to run for the top position in Mombasa County.
The Former Governor of Nairobi is exonerated, according to the solid reports we have on hand from Milimani Law Courts this afternoon.
When he was the governor of Nairobi, the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission filed a complaint against him that is still pending in the Milimani Law Courts about the misappropriation of county money totaling 20 million shillings.
Thus, Mike Sonko, a former governor of Nairobi, has been exonerated in the 20 million shilling graft case.
The allegations brought against the former mayor of Nairobi, Douglas Ogoti, were deemed insufficiently proven by the chief magistrate of the Anti-Corruption Court.
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