“My private parts have been electrocuted while peeing at JKIA” Sonko cries out

'If I fail to sire more babies I will'

“My private parts have been electrocuted while peeing at JKIA Sonko cries out

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko is known for his surprise antics that often confuse both friend and foe, on Thursday morning, the county boss took to social media to complain after his private parts were electrocuted while he was taking a pee at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).

Sonko took to social media with a live coverage of the situation at the washrooms in the international arrivals section of JKIA where he highlighted the sorry state of the urinals which have exposed live wires.

He claimed to have had his private parts electrocuted while he was using the urinal and suggested he would sue the management of the airport, if his reproductive system was hurt.

Just landed from London. This is the state of our bathrooms. KAA wake up what's the point of paying millions of shillings to managers on salaries and yet they're sleeping on their jobs. The President means well for this airport the rest wacheni ushenzi. Nimepigwa short kwa machine nikinyoraa. If I fail to sire more babies I will sure (sic) KAA,” Sonko said. 

In the live video, the governor was seen questioning cleaners on why the infrastructure at the facility did not reflect its international status.

The development came in the backdrop of a controversial proposal to have JKIA management taken over by national carrier Kenya Airways (KQ).

The proposal has, however, faced opposition from KAA workers and from Members of Parliament who argued that loss-making KQ would mismanage the busy airport.

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