Kenyans Shocked After Governor Sonko Goes On Twitter To Mourn A Living President

Kenyans Shocked After Governor Sonko Goes On Twitter To Mourn A Living President

Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko is on spot yet again for mourning a living president after mourning a living doctor. His remarks have attracted negative criticism from social media users saying that the governor is of late killing living people.

In a tweet seen by the writer, Sonko had said that all the African leaders that were in a photo that he had posted are dead. However hawk eyed Kenyans have realise that former Zambian president Kenneth Kaunda was in the photo and is still living.

"Life is too short, all these former African respected leaders are dead. Leaders lets treat people well", read Sonko's tweet.

Former President Kenneth Kaunda is still alive at 96 years though he is very weak for his old age. There are here says that also indicate that he is not able to talk due to his age.

Kenyans have come in to correct Sonko telling him to note that Kaunda is still alive. The picture also includes late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, Kwame Nkuruma, Menelik of Ethiopia, Milton Ngandu among others.

 

The Nairobi governor's tweet was advising leaders to treat others with dignity for they will still die just like theiNairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko is on spot yet again for mourning a living president after mourning a living doctor. His remarks have attracted negative criticism from social media users saying that the governor is of late killing living people.

In a tweet seen by the writer, Sonko had said that all the African leaders that were in a photo that he had posted are dead. However hawk eyed Kenyans have realise that former Zambian president Kenneth Kaunda was in the photo and is still living.

"Life is too short, all these former African respected leaders are dead. Leaders lets treat people well", read Sonko's tweet.

Former President Kenneth Kaunda is still alive at 96 years though he is very weak for his old age. There are here says that also indicate that he is not able to talk due to his age.

Kenyans have come in to correct Sonko telling him to note that Kaunda is still alive. The picture also includes late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, Kwame Nkuruma, Menelik of Ethiopia, Milton Ngandu among others.

The Nairobi governor's tweet was advising leaders to treat others with dignity for they will still die just like their fore fathers.r fore fathers.