Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Sakaja Is A S3x Maniac Who Does The Unimaginable To Female Aspirants, Sonko Reveals

Nominated MP Sakaja

Nairobi Senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko has lashed out at nominated MP Johnson Sakaja terming him as a s3x hungry ‘tea boy’ who was ‘handpicked and named our party chairman’.

Sonko paints Sakaja as a man of loose morals who seeks s3xual favors from female aspirants to push for their nomination.

This comes after it was reported on ‘Corridors of Power’ that President Uhuru Kenyatta was not keen on having a Kikuyu or Sonko as the Nairobi Governor. The piece suggested that the most eligible candidate for the position was Sakaja.

Sonko claimed that he called the President who rubbished the claims by Sakaja.

Here is what Sonko shared on social media:

Tumekaa sana bila kudebate. Hebu leo tudebate kidogo.

In today's The Star Newspaper Corridors of Power (attached) alleging that "the President is not keen in supporting me or any other Kikuyu candidate". I highly suspect this is just propaganda and fabrication by our former office messenger who was later handpicked and named our party chairman without facing the electorate and later nominated himself as an MP without going through a competitive and legal nomination process as per the party’s constitution again without facing the electorate.

The same man also victimized another hardworking lady who was also our party’s diehard supporter for turning down his s3xu@l advances. Following the disappointment, he cancelled her parliamentary nomination and gave it to his girlfriend through the backdoor and without following due nomination process.

This morning I have personally spoken with H.E the President and he has dismissed the allegations saying the Jubilee Coalition believes in true democracy and the next Nairobi Governor will be elected by the people and not party officials. My opinion ukabila na divisive politics imepitwa na wakati Kenyans we are one, I'm not stepping down for anyone, let all the candidates meet at the ballot for the people to decide. What’s your take on this?


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