Otiende Amollo Rebukes Uhuru Over Sonko's Lavish Parties Abroad

  • Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo (left), President Uhuru Kenyatta (center) and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko. Amollo argued that those who voted for Jubilee Party should be celebrating Sonko's lavish parties abroad. Twitter
  • Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo, on Tuesday, October 15, launched an onslaught against President Uhuru Kenyatta following Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko's lavish parties abroad.

    While appearing on NTV's morning show, the soft-spoken lawmaker claimed that Kenyans who supported Uhuru in 2017 should enjoy the current regime's actions and stop whining. 

    To justify his statement, the legislator explained that it was the voters who got the regime into power in the first place and should be wiser next time.

    Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko enjoying a drink with top leaders on Tuesday, October 9, in France.
    Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko enjoying a drink with top leaders on Tuesday, October 9, in France.

    "All the people who voted for Jubilee should celebrate what they voted for.

    "When you see Sonko dancing, that is what you voted for. When the public debt rises that is what you voted for," stated the MP.

    Over the past week, Sonko has been under heavy criticism over chaos at City Hall while he posted videos, seemingly enjoying himself outside the country.

    On Saturday, October 12, the county boss shared a video of himself having a good time in Dubai where he reportedly stopped over from an official trip in Paris, France.

    Sonko, who was accompanied by prominent businessman Stanley Livondo, was ushered into the VIP section of Cavalli Club where they partied through the night.

    At some point, the master of ceremonies blurted, "Welcome Mike Mbuvi Sonko, governor of the great city of Nairobi."

    Several television screens in the luxurious club also displayed his name.

    Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko on the decks during the big Christmas party he hosted at his partial home in December 2018 FACEBOOK
    Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko on the decks during a Christmas party hosted at his partial home in December 2018.