Former Nairobi governor, Mike Mbuvi Sonko, has disclosed about an emotional WhatsApp messages he received from Charltone Otieno, Conjestina Achieng's son, telling him about the devastating state and condition his mum is right in at the moment.
Revealing through his social media account on Saturday, 2 July, the Former Nairobi county boss showed that Charlton Otieno had sent him a message showing that his mother's current state was getting more worse and was in dire need for Urgent medical attention. And therefore, Charltone Otieno asked Mike Sonko to intervene and help Conjestina Ochieng regain her condition. https://www.kenyans.co.ke/news/73553-conjestinas-son-exposes-false-promises-celebrities-made-ailing-mum
"I ask if you can give any kind of support. We wish to take her back to rehabilitation centre again so she can regain her shape," Otieno's letter through Whatsapp read.
Mr Sonko who is experiencing an uphill task to succeed Ali Hassan Joho as the next governor of Mombasa has vowed to continue supporting the former boxing champion.
"However despite my busy court timetable and problems beforehand, I have decided to continue supporting her. I am just now releasing a car with my team to Siaya to facilitate her movement and I'm also humbly appealing," Sonko said.
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