Mike Mbuvi Sonko is still lamenting following his suddened Impeachment succeeded by the Senate over allegations against him that had been submitted by Nairobi county Assembly members. Sonko has heavily blamed the move against him that he argued was driven by political force.
In his statement he penned on social media, Sonko affirmed not to look back where he States that should get out of was and come back into the is despite of being Impeached. He further ascertains that God wants to do something new but he should let the old pass.
Sonko discouraged from holding things that will let to poison the heart. He underscored in focusing on one’s energy and let go what lies behind.
“My challenge today is quit looking back. Get out of the was and come over into the is. God wants to do something new, but you have to let go of the old. Don’t hold on to things that are going to poison your life. Focus your energies on letting go of what lies behind,” Mike Sonko penned
Exiled constitutional lawyer Miguna Miguna on Saturday, December 19, expressed his interest in vying for the Nairobi Gubernatorial seat following the ouster of Mike Mbuvi Sonko.
In a statement, Miguna indicated that he had consulted constitutional lawyers on whether he stood a chance to vie for office while outside the country.
“Given the president’s refusal to allow me entry to Kenya in violation of many court orders, doesn’t the Constitution grant me the right to vie for public office from exile?” he posed to the lawyers.
Miguna indicated that he had received legal advice from constitutional lawyer Waikwa Wanyoike saying that it was possible for him to vie.
“I, Miguna Miguna, a Kenyan citizen by birth and registered voter in Nairobi, hereby declare my candidature for the position of Governor of Nairobi in the upcoming by-election,” he declared.