Full leaked video of Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko with current Nairobi Governor Kananu

Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko addressing the public at Dagoretti on January 24, 2021.
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko addressing the public at Dagoretti on January 24, 2021.

Former Governor Mike Sonko has changed the status of a woman seeking police protection after threats from her former city boss.

Merry Nkatha went to Karen police station to seek protection, saying she feared for her life. She said she feared Sonko or her agents would hurt her because she refused to cooperate with him.

He claimed that Sonko wanted to see him as a witness in other cases against Governor Anne Kananu and Judge Saidi Chitembwe.

But on Tuesday, Sonko claimed that it was Nkatha who had been giving him information for the past 10 months.

"What he doesn't know is that we've been getting this information from him for the past 10 months. At this time, I don't want to involve him any further in providing information related to any or all of these cases that have come to light through audio and video evidence," he said.

In a lengthy Facebook post, Sonko said that since January 2021, he has 149 clips (both audio and video) that capture his frequent and informative conversations.

Sonko claimed that the conversations included her explicit narratives about manipulation of sexual preferences, as well as the Sh315m paid to her former lawyer for manipulating the impeachment case, stabbing her in the back, and thus making it easier for other judges in the case to influence the decision. a tool of negotiation and coercion to change the way of justice.

"This and other bits of information in the audio and video teleconference series cited with him have been made accurate without reasonable doubt," he said.

"Therefore, it is my duty to highlight the truth to the people of Kenya, and that is how it will be done until now."

Sonko also posted a video accusing Nkatha of forcing her into sexual favors.

"According to the following evidence in a recent video call with him, it is clear that his claims are invalid and invalid," he said.

When she recorded her testimony on Monday, Nkatha claimed that she had been blocked and abducted Saturday by people she knew at Karen who called Sonko and answered candid questions.

Sonko later recorded it. She was given a chocolate to eat that "should have put me at ease".

The recording went viral on social media. Sonko posted the audio through her social media accounts, where she heard Nkatha answering questions and blaming Kananu and others.

Sonko declined to comment on the allegations on Monday. According to Nkatha, she has known Sonko for almost two years.

He said he was a former banker and is now a strategist.

Langata police chief Benjamin Mwanthi said they are investigating the kidnapping allegations and that the complainant will receive state protection.

Sonko releases a series of audio and video in which he accuses supreme court judges.

He filed a criminal complaint against the judges with the Justice Commission.

Previously, Sonko's former lawyers had received orders barring him from posting any disclosures against them pending their case.

Lawyers Cecil Miller and George Kithi received orders Tuesday barring Sonko from publishing anything related to them in its ongoing disclosure.

The court also banned Judge Said Chitembwe's alleged brother, Amana Said Jirani, from publishing anything about the two lawyers.

Jirani is listed as the second defendant alongside Sonko.

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