Who’s fooling who? Governor Sonko’s Unceremonial Interview cut short

It is said that politics is a dirty game. If you know how to play your cards, you’ve got to up your games. In politics, only the strong-willed can withstand. If you cry foul every time, you may end up sinking.

Nairobi Politics is turning out to be a sham. Governor Sonko pulled a string on the women representative. If the audio calls unleashed is something to go by, nobody seems to be clean for all of them are stack in the mud.

In an exclusive interview by Jeff Koinange, Sonko had to walk out of the interview as it seems that he wanted to unleash all conversations, he previously had with Esther Passaris. He seemed furious about many things and wanted to run the show.

From the audios played, one can just understand nobody is perfect. Why was Sonko awaiting for a fall out to share the audios? When the tune was sweet, nobody heard the tuner complaining. Something must have stopped the music from playing.

If you happen to live the world of politics one can reliably say women are always hit below the belt. From Shebesh fiasco and now Passaris, one is left to understand the issues women in power are undergoing day in, out.

Michelle Obama says: ” If they go low, we go high,” She quoted that when people fight you in the low, you ought to pick up your pieces and move high. Will Esther Passaris borrow a leaf from Former First Lady of United States?

In politics, one needs to be alert. You might be going to sleep and you left people in quarrels only to wake up with a surprise of a handshake that you didn’t see it coming. Your strategies need to be on check all the time.

 

Now that the Nairobi County is on the trend, who is fooling who? Are the leaders playing a prank on the citizens? Whom do you think is honest? Well from the analysis you are likely to realize that it’s all a scam. If Passaris is wrong, Sonko is equally wrong, do you agree?

Sonko’s move to carry files to the Royal Media Studios seemed to be a PR exercise and even the end of the show wasn’t uncalled for. Let the media give credit to news stories that build Kenyans and let the politicians be!

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