Taking to his Facebook account to express his excitement and satisfaction for doing what he promised to, ex Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko revealed that he had sent several Sanitary pads to the women and girls living in Mombasa.
In his own words, he claimed that he was pleased to do this because according to him, women's lives and dignity were more important than any other thing and so with all of this happening, he promised to do more whenever he gets the chance.
According to the reports given by citizen TV in an earlier reports, it was reported that young women from the coastal region of Mombasa were always selling their bodies in order to afford this necessities and so due to this reason, they called upon all well wishers to chip in.
His acts of kindness has sparked alot of mixed reactions from Kenyans who seemed to have different opinions and suggestions on the matter.
With a section of Kenyans claiming that maybe he was doing this be he was aiming at going for another political seat, others went ahead and congratulated him for always trying to help Kenyans despite the fact that he is currently facing other problems.
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