Sonko is among Kenyan politicians who keep motivating the public. The former Nairobian governor serves as a political insider who always stands tall in all circumstances.
Just as the terrible stories about the torture and suffering of Kenyans who fly abroad to earn a living are spreading online, Mike Mbuvi Sonko has not been left behind to keep a close follow up. He has broken silence on social media by congratulating PS Roselyn Njogu who has recently gone to Saudi Arabia to visit Kenyans for an interview.
Sonko has alleged that Roselyn Njogu has now arrived at Sakan, a famous holding center in Saudi Arabia. According to Sonko's post, female workers in distress are sheltered in this place first and then transported back to their respective countries.
"This is a holding center where female domestic workers in distress are sheltered and transported back home." Part of Sonko's caption read as he warns kenyan students who long to go abroad but love parties and orgies!
Have a look at Sonko's post on Instagram and some comments.
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