Mike Sonko, the former governor of Nairobi, has described how he was on the verge of committing suicide after his close associates reportedly sold him out, resulting to his impeachment.
“There was a time I almost committed suicide at City Hall after realising that my close friends at the county assembly and one from EALA sold me out. They incited and advised me to pick a fight with the Head of State over the changes at City Hall,” he said.
The former County boss claimed that his former allies advised him to pick a fight with President Uhuru Kenyatta but went behind his back and rooted for his impeachment.
“They advised the president that I should be removed,” Sonko said.
Sonko remarked this while paying tribute to Lithium, the late Capital FM DJ who died on Thursday morning under mysterious circumstances.
The former governor called on males to open up to whom they regard confidant, to help them solve issues.
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