Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko has issued a thinly veiled warning to the Jubilee Party following the last Friday incident where he declared himself the acting President during a burial in Machakos County.
Speaking on Monday after he recorded a statement at the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) headquarters, Sonko indicated that he was unbowed by the government agents going after him over the ‘Acting President’ utterances.
Through his lawyer Cliff Ombeta, Sonko divulged that despite his contentious remarks, Jubilee cannot afford to lose him because of the huge chunk of votes he commands.
Ombeta divulged that although Sonko might lose his “political respect” from the President and Jubilee officials, it would be a disaster for the ruling party if he were to join CORD.
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