The former county governor has been hit again after being charged with a corruption case in which it is alleged that he received Ksh10 million bribe from Web Tribe Ltd to facilitate payments to the company by the Nairobi County Government at his time as governor.
Sonko might have been relieved after being granted a 300,000 cash bail in an assault and robbery with violence cases but is facing a pending terror case which will be heard once he leaves Nairobi hospital.
However, the former governor through his lawyers has written to the Milimani law courts saying that he is unable to attend court proceedings as he is still ailing.
Attempts to skip a court session on his bail hearing over his health failed as he was taken to court on an ambulance equipped with a doctor and nurse to take care of any emergency.
Sonko is also being sort by the Kahawa Law Courts for funding and engaging in terrorism.
The former governor is now facing terrorism charges, corruption, assault and robbery with violence
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