The ex governor for Nairobi County Mike Mbuvi Sonko has been trending in various social media platforms for the past few weeks following his expose on various top individuals in the Judiciary and Nairobi County government concerning alleged corruption scandals. Sonko has been on the front line to expose top lawyers through his recordings and this has made him receive a lot of publicity and fame for his activism. Sonko has today appeared in court to show support for embattled former FKF boss Nick Mwendwa in his case against corruption that has eaten him to the core.
Sonko's presence in court has sparked a myriad of reactions from Kenyans. Here are some comments from Kenyans below:
Oliva Kilonzo: "Mwendwa is being victimized so that a space can be created to loot money meant for football and divert it to election campaigns. The government always has a problem with football runners in a run up to a general election. It is about the money and Mwendwa is standing between the money and the looters."
Kelvin Mandaga: "The big CCTV at the court."
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