Former Nairobi county Governor Mike Sonko has sparked reactions online after issuing a Bold statement in response to an article on the Standard Newspaper on Tuesday 'inside the Tragic World of Sonko' online.
Penning his thoughts in a post on his Twitter page on Tuesday in Response to the Article which focused on his Rise from a struggling businessman all the way to becoming the Second Governor of the county which holds Kenya's capital and his sudden fall from his Position, Sonko claimed that the Newspaper and Media Cartels were missing him and told them to let him enjoy his life as a regular citizen in peace, A statement which has illicited mixed reactions from Netizens.
Below are Reactions from Netizens on his post.
"Hope you regain sanity in your raia status- at least you have known that kuna chuma hukati chuma ingine!" A comment read.
"you guys @MikeSonko and @WilliamsRuto should be paid dividends for helping their newspapers sell.. newspapers trades well when your stories are captured." A comment read.
"They need the sales... Times are tough for them as well." A comment read.
"Just reflecting on the old you ☺️☺️no Missments here." A comment read.
"Your headlines zilikuwa zinatuuzia gazeti sana, we're actually missing you 😂, rudisha drama to the world now." A comment read.
"If I was you I would leave politics and enjoy your riches with your family jus like kabogo hananga story mob go missing let them miss you in a way they can't replace you." A comment read.
"These are NOT newspapers and media... This is The Standard, a top githeri in Kenya." A comment read.
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