Former Nairobi Governor Hon Mike Sonko has today returned to Kahawa law court where he is expected to shed more light regarding his earlier allegations that another senior government official grabbed a certain land in the Kamukunji area of Nairobi which belongs to the public.
According to the video clip shared by K24 via its official Twitter account handle, the flamboyant Governor who has been fighting hard to terminate the case is now expected to tell the court more about the alleged land grabbers.At the same time, heavy security outside the court premises has been highly maintained over fears that anything mag happens during or after the ongoing court proceedings. But according to some unverified claims, it's reported that the vocal politician is currently receiving pressure from "some" people to drop his 2022 political bid while others argue that he might come back again.
"Mike Sonko testifying in court on the illegal grabbing of Kamukunji High School playground," KT24 reported.
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