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Sonko asks all unmarried women who have been impregnated by Kenyan politicians to call him



Governor Mike Sonko has launched hotline number for women who have been ‘abandoned’ by politicians who fathered children with them, but Suba North MP Millie Odhiambo is calling his bluff.

The governor has also defended his controversial utterances during the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth’s memorial service last week in Nairobi.

The straight-shooting politician came under heavy criticism from critics for opening a can of worms with his claims that the late MP, who was cremated on Saturday, had a second wife with whom he sired a son.


Among the political leaders who have faulted Sonko for the manner he handled the issue is Suba North MP Millie Odhiambo and nominated lawmaker Isaac Mwaura.

Ms Odhiambo said Sonko did not need to embarrass the wife and family (of Okoth), while Mwaura said Sonko was merely seeking cheap publicity.


But in his hard hitting  response which bore several unprintable expletives on Sunday, Sonko told off his critics while also dismissing their claims that he was playing the politics of populism.

“If by speaking the truth is what people are calling Bonga points then so be it. We must speak for the majority of the voiceless women including orphans, widows, divorcees, single mothers and the so-called slay queens,” Sonko said in an insult-laden Facebook post.

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He went as far as sharing two numbers (0722886600/0739555555) for women who are raising children conceived through extra-marital affairs with politicians to reach reach him, so that he can expose the said politicians and force a DNA test to be conducted.


Millie Odhiambo responded:


My good friend and young brother Sonko, let me tell you something, I am a lawyer- an intellectual if you may, who is also happily a pig while in politics.

I am NEVER intimidated by bullies like you who thrive on populism devoid of intellect that often slut-shames women. My response to you will be both intellectual and pigerly. You can hire a lawyer to translate for you the intellectual bit.

The pigerly bit of course needs no translation coz it’s your expertise.
1) Unlike you, I do not just yap at funerals. I pass laws that protect all children including children who are like Ken Okoth’s son. Go to the Hansard. You will find that I, Wakili Millie Odhiambo, pushed for Article 53 of the Constitution that protects Ken Okoth’s son. Once the DNA confirms that he is Ken Okoth’s son, he will be entitled under the succession law, to inherit from Ken’s estate. He is protected. He is covered.
2) In Law, a funeral or funeral service is not an instrument that confers legal rights. It might confer pigerly rights to drama and populism and nothing beyond that. Proper rights to inheritance are contained in Acts of Parliament or by courts in case of dispute. I have expertise in both which you do not have.
3) Currently we are pushing for an overhaul of the Children Act to ensure protection of all children including children whose parents are not married to each other in conformity with Article 53 of the Constitution.
4) Your unnecesary drama spiralled a behind the scenes series of events that resulted in Okoth’s body not being taken to Kabondo.
5) I have taken many mighty men to court (including MPs) and settled out of court with many in cases of parental support ( Including MPs, Cabinet Secretaries and Media personalities). I do not need to shout at funerals to get court orders.
6) I founded a child rights organization that has taken many parents ( including dead beat fathers) to court to force them to take care of their children. I do not need to shout it at funerals.
7) I have no legal, religious or cultural duty to declare someone a wife. While looking for women who have children with politicians, look for those politicians and other men and ask them to declare all their living and dead wives in all shapes and forms. I can only help by bringing a law once you are done with statistics.

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Now to the pigerly bit you thrive in and to quote you ” Millie tunajua unafanyua”.

You said history never forgets so let me remind you that I have said before publicly that I love sex and I have sex.

Why should it be your headache who I have it with, how I have it or how often I have it. Such a knowledge my brother, can not help us deal with the cancer menace or joblessness in Kenya.

What I also know- men who are overly obsessed with demeaning women sexually, have either a coma or a fullstop where it matters. Real men have BOLDED EXCLAMATION MARKS in support of women.
Send your senji type bloggers I deal with one by one. I am a one woman army.


SOURCE: Agencies

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‘She said bad things about me,’ Njugush speaks about his ex-girlfriend




Kenyan Comedian Njugush reveals that his ex dumped him because he did not have any money.

Talking to Dr King’ori on his wicked edition show, the couple recounted how they met.

Celestine says they connected well since they had just come from bad relationships.

Njugush said,

“I’m sure they are watching us today because they said bad things about me,” adding that he is grateful they broke up.

The comedian further explains how the break up was;

 “There are people in this life that speak things that they don’t know what they mean. When someone tells you that you are not headed anywhere in future. We broke up because of money, I had nothing at the moment, he said.


“I mean, those were tender ages and I blame her because you can’t judge a chick for not having wings yet it’s not yet a chicken.”

He says that hurt him because he took sometime before he could heal.

But now he is one of the richest comedians in town.


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Syokimau Commuter train stalls, again




Hundreds of passengers were stranded on Wednesday morning after the Syokimau-Imara Daima-Makadara-CBD commuter train stalled.

The first train left Syokimau station at 6:30 am the normal departure time but kept making random stops.

After leaving the Nairobi terminal, the train stopped near Imara Daima station.

The train Hostess said the train was experiencing a mechanical problem.

“You will have to wait for about 20-30 minutes for a rescue locomotive which is coming from Makadara,” she said.

Travellers got angry due to lack of communication.

More confusion was experienced when the 7:40 am train from Syokimau-Imara Daima-Makadara-CBD arrived since commuters did not know whether to board the train or keep staying in the stalled one.



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Traffic police officer dies after being hit by matatu he had flagged down




A Traffic police officer was hit by a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) that he had flagged down. He later died.

Mr Peter Perimoi Legetto was working at Lang’ata Police Station. He was hit by a matatu (KCH 796R) belonging to Aberdereline Sacco near the Lang’ata underpass area.

The victim was quickly taken to Nairobi West Hospital where he was being treated till his death.

“The officer met his death after being knocked down by a PSV motor vehicle a Toyota matatu of Aberdereline Sacco which he had flagged down at a road-block at Lang’ata underpass area along the Southern by-pass,” a police statement read in part.

His body was moved to Montenzuma Funeral Home in Nairobi.


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