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So Sad!- Mike Sonko is offering you Ksh 50,000 for Any Information Relevant: Here is Why? (Video)

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Earlier this Morning, Wensday, February 15, Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko was in Nairobi Womens hospital to offer his support, both financial and moral, to one Faith Ndinda Ndeti who was badly injured by her husband after a domestic incident.

Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko is an agitated man after witnessing the aftermath of a domestic squabble between a couple from Central Kenya. According to the Nairobi Senator, the woman was descended on by her alleged husband for denying him conjugal rights.

The man in question, Simon Kiarie, consequently fled the scenes after his uncouth actions, and still remains at large. Authorities are still pursuing him.

Following the incident, the Nairobi Senator took it upon himself to personally care for the victim, providing her with necessities she needs for her recuperation.

He also sent out a message against domestic violence with dire consequences.

“I wish to condemn this domestic brutality with the strongest terms possible.

I do believe that domestic violence is contemptible and unacceptable in a civilized society.

 Let us be humane and push for a society where all people are safe and where violence and abuse are not acceptable.” He posted on Facebook.

In addition, Sonko is offering Ksh 50,000, for any information that could lead to the arrest of the suspect.
Here is the Video:
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