Mike Mbuvi Sonko, a former Nairobi governor and a fierce critic of Uhuru Kenyatta has today went into social media to reveal an expensive car that President Uhuru Kenyatta used during his official visit to DRC. The President had a three day visit to the republic of Congo in a invitation of President Tshekedi. During the visit, state vehicles, airplane carrying officials and other important staffs are veried.
The former Nairobi boss has been facing terrorism cases among other allegations and this forced the government to detain him for almost a month. However, he is not new of drama. In a video that his posted in his social media account, Mike Mbuvi claimed that President Kenyatta used 'eskaledi' during his visit. "Rais atumia gari aina ya eskaledi nchini Congo." He asserted.
This might be translated as his change of tune on his attacks to the President to now praising him in public. However, politics is a game and your friend in politics might be your enemy the next minute.
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