This morning, Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko sent out an apology to the Muslim community in Nairobi via his social media.In a statement issued on his Instagram, Sonko apologized for the delay in the circulation of foodstuffs for the needy community.He said that his team is placing measures to ensure that they comply with the Ministry of Health Covid-19 guidelines before they start the distribution. He also added that the non-Muslim needy families are to benefit from this exercise as well.This is to apologize to all our Muslim brothers and sisters for this year’s delay in distributing iftar foodstuffs to the needy families unlike previous years where we used to do it at least a day or two before the start of Ramadhan’ He stated.‘However, we are putting measures in place to ensure we comply with the Ministry of Health’s covid-19 protocols before we start the exercise, which shall also be extended to other non-Muslim needy families in Nairobi County’ He added.Follow the East African Buzz; for daily and consistent updates on the latest entertainment and celebrity news in the region.
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