Esther Passaris walks out on Governor Sonko as he talks down on her
During the 56th Madarak Day celebration held at Pumwani Police ground and led by Governor Mike Sonko, there was much left to the surprise of many attendees.
Governor Mike Sonko force Nairobi Women Representative, Esther Passaris, to walk out on him as he attempted to talk her down.
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Handshake with Starehe MP Jaguar
Passaris had earlier called on a handshake between Sonko and Starehe MP Charles ‘Jaguar’ Njagua suggesting that the two do not read from the script.
However, Sonko stated that he is in good terms with MP Njagua and he needs no handshake with anyone.
Donations to other counties
The governor first took issues with Esther Passaris who must have raised concerns with his donating of food to residence of Turkana county when there are residents of Nairobi county who are hungry.
Mike Sonko then told Passaris to stick with her little money and donate it to orphanages as he uses his much money to donate to whoever he wants across the county.
“Na hio mambo unasema ya kupeana chakula, wewe hio pesa yako kidogo peleka kwa childrens home na mimi ile yangu mingi acha nipelekee wananchi.” he said.
Unanswered phone calls
Speaking at Pumwani Police Grounds on Saturday during Madaraka Day celebrations, Passaris had said she had been trying to reach Sonko but he had been dodging her calls.
Governor Sonko responded by stating that he will only pick her calls when he is free and that he is a busy man.
“Na hio mambo unasema sishiki simu yako, simu zako nitashika, madam nakuheshimu kama Woman Rep, nitashikaa wakati niko free,”said Governor Sonko.
As if that was not enough, Sonko added that he is not his husband to pick her calls whenever she wants.
“Mimi si bwana yako ati nashika simu saa ile we unataka” he added
Esther Passaris then walked away from the podium as the crowed cheered and Governor Sonko told her ‘goodbye’.