View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Until the chaotic fallout, President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko were great buddies. But as the rift widened, Sonko suffered the biggest blow of his life. He lost his Governor's seat.
Consequently, as a result of the dead friendship, the duo Uhuru and Sonko, have been hurling insults to each other during public gatherings. But so said is common with the ex-governor, who has had nothing to lose. I mean, he already lost his seat.
On Sunday at Sagana State Lodge in Nyeri, President Uhuru fired a comic attack on Sonko, arguing that he entirely proved incompetent despite supporting him with all his might, to smoothly run the County affairs. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
Not long, the speech turned hilarious with Pres Uhuru saying that, during his leadership, Mike Sonko would only be seen in state functions rocking his familiar fancy sun-glasses and boasting about his job.
“I tried to help my friend the other day, ati yeye ni Kijana, I told him if you need help, I will bring someone told help you, wewe Kazi yako ni kuvaa goggles and then telling people, oh, look at the job I’m doing,” he said.
“I told him if he was not able to deliver, I would bring him, someone to help, but he was reluctant because he wanted to continue ‘eating money’, then I told him, if that’s it, then bye” Uhuru added. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
As usual after Uhuru's remarks not short of comedy, it took a few hours for the former City Governor Mike Sonko, to respond in the middle of the Sunday's UDA candidate campaigns, Machakos County Senate seat.
Sonko demanded respect from Uhuru, arguing that he performed well unlike his allegations that he failed to deliver. Before throwing his hilarious take, the former governor played Uhuru's recorded speech at Sagana.
According to Sonko, it is Uhuru who taught him how to wear 'goggles', the funny sun-glasses. For the first time, Sonko revealed that before parting ways, they used to take 'Sigara Kubwa' together and when they did, their eyes would turn red. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
To be safe when addressing the public, Pres Uhuru suggested that they should always wear funny sun-glasses, 'goggles'. With that, nobody would realise that they are high on something, said Sonko.
Click the link below to see Sonko's Confession video.
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