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Governor Mike Sonko questions President Uhuru’s actions

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has posted a series of videos questioning recent actions undertaken by various people under his watch.

In the first video, the Governor admits that he respects the President very much but he poses to ask why he is doing nothing to protect the vulnerable in the society.

Sonko was referring to recent demolition conducted in the city to reclaim government land as part of the government plans to rebuild it.

The controversial Governor noted that his speech was not as a result of the appointment of Badi as the head of NMS.

He continued by taking a sweep at Interior CS Dr. Fred Matiang’i blaming him for some of the vice committed against the wananchi of Nairobi.

“The time for intimidation against leaders is OVER!! We must wake up and speak for Wanjiku.

Even H.E Uhuru Kenyatta President of this great republic and his deputy were forced to resign by the Kibaki SYSTEM almost two months before the 2013 elections or else they would have been taken to the ICC.

I will stand with Wanjiku no matter what is thrown at me, even Daniel was thrown into the lions den and he came out victorious.” Said Sonko


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