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Kill me, jail me, impeach me, there’s life after death -angry Mike Sonko says after Uhuru’s busting cousin ‘spying’ on him

Hours after busting President Uhuru Kenyatta’s cousin spying on him, Nairobi governor has taken to social media in an angry rant challenging his detractors that he is ready to pay the ultimate price.

Sonko’s tribulations and drama began earlier in the day when he alleged that he caught Beth Mugo spying on him.

In a statement that appeared to have been directed to the powerful individuals, Sonko dared the Government to jail, impeach or even kill him stating that there’s life after everything.

“Let them know that they can jail me but there’s life in prison. They can impeach me but there’s life after politics. They can even kill me but there’s life after death where my late father and our beloved founding father of the Republic of Kenya the late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta are resting in peace,” the Governor declared.

Speaking earlier during a zoom meeting held by a special Senate Committee in a bid to resolve the NMS funding issue, the frustrated county boss declared that he will no longer tolerate intimidation tactics from his political detractors.

The governor stated that he is ready to die for upholding the Constitution of Kenya while executing his official.

“I have pursued amicable solutions but what happens when we attend the meetings to find these amicable solutions so that Nairobians enjoy good services, we differ with them on the law. What follows is a lot of intimidation and threats,” Sonko said.

He also accused the Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) of threats and intimidation against him and his team.

“The dark days are over. I will not allow anyone to intimidate me on account of the law. Let us follow the law, let them legalize this NMS and then we will be able to disburse this money,” the Governor stated, “He stated.

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    Written by Kennedy Omondi

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