Morara, the Veteran Lawyer Who's representing Baby Sagini in Court over a case where his eyes were removed in a bizarre incident has trolled former Nairobi County Governor Hon Mike Sonko over claims some powerful people are blocking his bid to help the helpless Baby.
According to the reports by Kenyans.co.ke, Morara trolled Sonko saying that even though the baby is doing fine, due process must be followed by anyone who wants to help the Baby. Also, Morara denied claims that Baby Sagini is being held hostage after revealing that the Baby is under state protection.
“At the moment, the government is the custodian of the baby because of the serious security breach he has suffered," the lawyer revealed to the press.
Morara was responding to claims by former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko who had on Tuesday, December 27, claimed that his attempts to assist Baby Sagini had been frustrated.
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