Former Nairobi County governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko, has broken his silence giving his candid advise to the youths on how to plan to plan their youth days and life if they are to become successful.
The former Nairobi County chief has challenged the youth to have a proper plan of their days if they are to get themselves out of poverty, during their active youthful days.
He expressed his concerns on how the youth would wake up very early in the morning to make social media posts on politicians, yet the politicians themselves were still sound asleep.
“Hata kama vijana wa siku hizi how do you wake up at 6 a.m. and the first thing to post kwa your social media ni mambo ya politics na hao politicians wamelala (Youth of nowadays, how do you wake up at 6am and the first thing you talk about is politics while the politicians are asleep?” wondered Sonko.
The former Nairobi County Senator has asked the youth to avoid starting their day by politicking, by advising them to start off by thinking about business and empowerment first before embarking on matters politics after thanking God for the new day.
“In the morning, thank God for your new day, think about empowerment first, side hustle, your education upgrade, then at 10 a.m. you can start blogging about politics otherwise,” advised Sonko.
He warned the youths that the very politicians they fight for currently will unite against them by forming a coalition and leave them with their own problems and confusion in the middle of crisis.
“Utatupa rada when these politicians unapigania will unite and form a coalition… I wish everyone of you a blessed week (You will have wasted your precious time and resources when these politicians you are fighting for unite and form a coalition),” added the former City Governor.
The former governor’s advise comes barely a year af his fallout with President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Jubilee administration despite dedicating his time and resources to campaign for them.
Sonko is currently facing numerous charges in court including those related to robbery with violence, abuse of office and terrorism.
He also announced a 10-year sabbatical leave from active politics after his gubernatorial tenure was marred with controversies in January this year.
Governor Sonko was impeached on Thursday night, December 17, after 27 out of 45 Senators voted to uphold the motion fronted by the Members Of County Assembly.