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Governor Sonko awarded an honorary doctorate degree

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Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has been awarded honorary doctorate degree of excellence by the European Digital University of Dubai.

The Nairobi Governor was awarded following his positive role in changing the society.

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Governor Sonko pledged to continue to champion the rights of the less fortunate in the society through transparent and transformative leadership.

Governor Sonko awarded in Dubai
Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko being awarded in Dubai

He continued by saying that he will carry on with his personal support to the society through Sonko Rescue Team.

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“I’ll continue with my good deeds by championing for rights of the less fortunate members of the society through transparent & transformative leadership. I’ll also carry on with personal support to the society through the Sonko Rescue Team.” Said Sonko

Nairobi County first lady Primrose Mbuvi took to social media to congratulate her husband for the honor he received.

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