Ghosts of Sonko's D plain in Biology now comes back to haunt him through his loose tongue
Sonko who got a D plain in Biological sciences in KCSE which he sat for in 1992, went ahead and called Kennett unprinted names.
Sonko who is known for many things among others, punching walls, calling the president on live Televison to calling Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho unprinted names has enjoyed what most would term as unthinkable without any consequences so far.
Speaking during an interview on Sunday Live in Citizen TV, ‘Inebriated’ Sonko drunk with Mad and heavy with ‘hate’ for Kenneth referred to him as an ‘albino’, a remark that rubbed nominated MP Isaac Mwaura the wrong way.
“I don’t even want to know his name we can refer to him as an Albino wherever” Mike Sonko clad in a white cowboy hat said when asked if he would agree to a consensus on who to front to battle it out with Incumbent Dr. Evans Kidero.
Sonko who got a D plain in Biological sciences in KCSE which he sat for in 1992, clearly showing why learning some basics about life is important.
Mwaura, who is a champion for persons living with albinism now demands an apology from the flamboyant Nairobi senator terming his utterances ‘immature, discriminatory and unacceptable’ of a leader of his calibre.
“Mike Mbuvi Sonko must in no equivocal terms apologize for demonizing and abusing Hon Peter Kenneth using the God given status of albinism.”
He castigated Sonko for his careless remarks which risks watering down the long struggle people with Albinism have fought to be viewed as equal Kenyans
“It’s totally uncalled for to use our status in derogatory terms in order to settle political scores. Mr Sonko should know that persons with albinism are Kenyans too and who have a right to be elected into any office”
Mwaura has threatened to take stern actions against Sonko if he does not apologise and retract the remarks.
The nominated Member of Parliament representing people living with disabilities further wants the Jubilee Party to come out strongly against Senator Sonko.
“We want to have a culture where Kenyans respect one another,” retorted Mwaura.
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