If you frequently visit social media pages, you must have come across Mike Mbuvi Sonko at some point. He is the former governor of Nairobi county and a politician who is well grounded to be distracted by naysayers. The brave leader is headstrong and no matter the circumstances he always stands still. He is among Kenyan politicians who have moved from grass to fame through hardwork and determination.
One hour ago Mike Sonko posted on his Instagram official page Advising his esteemed followers on how to live simple and non stressful life. According to news from Diffrent sources it has been noted that many people rent houses to live in which are expensive beyond their ability to pay which makes them live stressful life.
According to Sonko he adviced them that they should rent apartments they can pay for conveniently saying they should not live in houses they are struggling to pay yearly which will always be a source of stress in their life. He concluded by saying that this type of stress will either break you down or break their marriage.
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