“The first lady of Nairobi is a strong woman and by Grace of God she shall continue to serve Nairobians for the next 3 years.
“Our children both biological and adopted shall continue doing their daily activities and going to school as usual despite the pain and stigma caused by some of these headlines because they know their Dad is a politician and from the little experience they have believe no weapon formed against us prospers,” he wrote.
The governor also shared examples of great leaders who went through tribulation but rose to the top saying he will beat all odds to achieve his dreams.
“Mzee Jomo Kenyatta was in Kapenguria Prison for 7 years and he later became the President.
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“Raila Odinga was in Shimo La Tewa Prison and later Kamiti Prison and that did not stop him from becoming Prime Minister…I was in Prison courtesy of you great people of Nairobi and God, but now I’m the 2nd Governor of this great city of Nairobi.
“This is a clear indication that this Sonko, God willing and through the same Great Power of the people will one day be at least something more than who he is today!” he remarked.
Sonko vowed to remain focused on serving Nairobi residents for the next three years and thanked all those who have been offering him support in recent