Mombasa gubernatorial candidate honorable Mike Sonko has today paid a visit to Taru Road accidents victims which claimed lives of twenty Kenyans. That Nasty accident occurred yesterday along Mombasa Nairobi Highway after 14 Seater Matatu deadly crashed in with a transit claiming lives of twenty Kenyans. That accident allegedly caused by Matatu driver who was Overspeending and overtaking carelessly on a busy highway.
The former Nairobi County governor honorable Mike Mbuvi Sonko has shared a viral video through his Facebook page while paying a hospital visit to the victims of that accident. In that video Sonko is seen encouraging them to be strong and wishing them a quick recovery.
Kenyans on social media have shared their different opinions and thoughts concerning that humanity act by Sonko whereby some section of netizens have praised him humanity act hence wishing him success for Mombasa governor race coming August 2022 general elections. Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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