The woman representative Nairobi county Esther Passaris Wants DCI and DPP to ban the former Nairobi governor, Mike Sonko from using social media. This comes after Mike Sonko was spotted leaking some videos.
According to the report, he leaked videos implicating various individuals including Justice Chitembwe in alleged corrupt dealings. The videos also included one woman being exposed in a compromising situation.
According to Esther, Sonko infringed the rights of women and his expose of her constituents online violence against her.
Esther said that Kenya should copy the European countries which does not entertain such. Sonko's action showed his lack of respect for all genders, children and even the society.
Therefore, this made the Nairobi women representative Esther Passaris to seek for DCI and DPP to Ban Sonko from using social media platforms.
However in defence, Sonko denied and stated that he has not committed any offense that can make him to be banned from using social media.
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