Sonko shows affection to his wife in public, showers her with praise
Former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko kissed his wife, Primrose Mbuvi, in public on her birthday in front of their children and other guests. Sonko then showered his wife with praise, while thanking her for being there for him during the toughest times of his life.
The politician has in the past consistently shared photos of her literally supporting him when he had nothing.
“Happy birthday, my dear wife Primrose! I am so blessed to have you as my life partner, you are such a beautiful, understanding, and encouraging wife. I wish you real happiness and true love on your birthday, and always! Honey, no words in my dictionary can convey my feelings for you. Your fingerprints in my life will never fade away,” Sonko wrote in his message.
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“I will never forget how you stood with me during my difficult days and trying moments wengine huwacha mabwana zao na kuhepa but you proved to me that you are a strong woman who didn’t value power and material things… I love you so so much,” Sonko’s message further read.
Decades ago, Primrose was also spotted in a video aired in the mainstream media working as a conductor in one of Sonko’s matatus. She was also part of the Sonko Rescue Team before starting Operation Ng’arisha Jiji an initiative aimed at making the city clean.
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“It’s not that Sonko is not able to do his job. I am volunteering to help in county cleaning,” Primrose said in the post written by her husband who announced the launch of her initiative.
She was ever-present in court when Sonko was severally arrested and charged with corruption and terrorism during the last days of former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s regime.
Primrose also the adopted mother of several children that Sonko has taken in over the years, including Satrine Osinya, who was shot in a terrorist attack at Likoni and had a bullet lodged in his head.
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