The Kenyan governor reveals his friend’s affair in his FUNERAL and revealed that he fathered a son
The Kenyan governor reveals the affair of his politician friend to his FUNERAL and tells how he conceived a son of his beloved – for the childless widow of the dead man
- Nairobi Governor, Mike, 44, revealed the affair of his friend Ken Okoth
- He publicly published the case during the Okoth funeral that was broadcast on TV
- Sonko said that Okoth had fathered a son as a direct consequence of his extra-marital affair
- He claimed that he wanted to try to protect the son of Okoth by publicly speaking
A Kenyan governor revealed that his friend at the funeral had conceived a son of his beloved while his widow was in the congregation.
Nairobi Governor, Mike Sonko, 44, publicly published an apparent affair between MP Ken Okoth and a woman nominated for the Nairobi County Assembly.
Sonko made the shocking admission to his friend's memorial service, which was broadcast on local television, after he died of cancer last month at the age of 41.
He claimed: & # 39; Ken had a son with one of the nominees Nairobi MCA's (Members of County Assembly). The two lovebirds did not hide the fact that they shared a son, as evidenced by photos and various documented correspondence. & # 39;
Nairobi Governor, Mike Sonko (left), 44, publicly published an apparent affair between MP Ken Okoth and a woman nominated for the Nairobi County Assembly
Sonko's remarks, which sparked a debate about the responsibility of children born to parental authority, were made for his childless wife Monica.
During his speech, Sonko revealed that his & # 39; modest & # 39; words were meant to protect the son of Okoth and involve him in sending his deceased father, and referring to many other children in a similar situation.
He said: & # 39; My humble call is that even if we prepare to bury Ken, we don't forget his son. He also needs and has the right to participate in the broadcast of his beloved father. The family must accept that the son of Honorable Okoth enjoys legal protection and recognition. & # 39;
Those familiar with the story went to Twitter to use the hashtag Sonko, in a sham warning to their followers not to spill their secrets for fear that the governor would reveal them.
Sonko (photo) made the shocking recording at the memorial service of his friend, which was broadcast on local television, after he died of cancer last month at the age of 41
Sonko, father of three children, wanted to emphasize an increasing trend in Kenya, where many children are without paternal help.
Nearly half of the children in the country do not live with both biological parents, while 22 percent live with their mother, although their father lives, claims the Kenyan Demographic and Health Survey 2014.
Since then, Sonko has posted two phone numbers on his Facebook, in which women who were in a similar situation were encouraged to tell their story.
He posted: & # 39; When you send details about which MP, senator, governor, businessman you have impregnated, do not forget his full names and the position he holds plus any photos & videos & # 39; s of send those happy moments so that we can unmask them.
Sonko's remarks, which sparked a debate about the responsibility of children born out of wedlock to powerful people with authority, were made for his childless wife Monica
The governor later updated his followers and revealed that he had received various complaints from women impregnated by politicians.
Sonko's actions have divided opinions, with some saying he was right to expose his friend, while others said it was a private family business.
Restaurant owner Brandish Kotia told CNN: & # 39; What Sonko did was wrong. These are family matters. They could have just talked to each other, it was not necessary to make it public. & # 39;
Mary, a shopkeeper in the Westlands District of Nairobi who refused to give her last name because of the sensitivities of commenting on politicians, agreed with Sonko: & It will be a lesson for everyone. There is too much blockage and if you try to tell the men, they don't want to hear about it. But now everyone will be alert. & # 39;
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