Few days ago the former Nairobi county governor honourable Mike Mbuvi Sonko shared a Viral recorded video of his conversations with Mary Nkatha allegedly to be his fore front infomer who led him to be kicked out of office due to corruption .
Nkatha finally has break up his silence about that video by saying that Sonko is lying to Kenyans about that video because its edited at some points.
According to the latest news that has been shared online via Tuko news media, Mary Nkatha says, Sonko tried to bribe her with two hundred and fifty thousand Kenya shillings and she refused.
Sonko went ahead by applying plan B by sending armed men to Nkatha's house sho later on forced her to record a video and told me to act as normal as I was talking to him.
Kenyans on social media have sparked reactions concerning that news report whereby some section of netizens have said that is a totally lie because the truth hurt's and Nkatha is ashamed of her self and that's why she is talking lies.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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