Fiery Suba North MP Millie Odhiambo has come out guns blazing, issuing a nasty response to Sonko’s “ Millie tunajua unafanywa” remarks that the Governor made on Sunday morning.
Millie took to Facebook to give a straight forward answer, admitting to the governor’s claims.
“You said history never forgets so let me remind you that I have said before publicly that I love sex and I have sex.” Millie wrote.
The legislator wondered why Sonko would be concerned with how frequently she engages in the act or who she does it with to the level of taking such matters to the social media in an explosive post.
“Why should it be your headache who I have it with, how I have it or how often I have it. Such a knowledge my brother, can not help us deal with the cancer menace or joblessness in Kenya.” She added.
On his response, Nominated Senator Mwaura asked Gov Sonko; “Was the mother of Ken’s Son your mpango at your so called Sonko Rescue team so that when you got cucodold when she got a child with him, you decided to use his requiem mass to get back at him? So you also nominated her so that you can make up with her and slight Ken. What a shame!!!”
In an explosive post, Sonko revealed that male MCAs, Mps, Senators, Governors etc have a habit of having multiple sexual partners and extramarital affairs that sometimes result in babies only for the fathers to disappear, leaving behind single mothers and ‘fatherless’ children.
The number can also be used to report businessmen and civil servants who fail to accept responsibility and provide for their children.
In his post, Sonko gave the numbers 0722886600/0739555555, promising to expose the dead beat dads and compel them to DNA testing.
His initiative comes hot in the heels of the drama that was witnessed before the cremation of Kibra MP Ken Okoth.
Shortly after Okoth’s death, nominated MCA Anne Muthoni Thumbi emerged with a child named Jayden Okoth who she claimed is a son to the late MP.
Sonko laid bare details of the love affair between the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth and Nairobi Member of County Assembly Anne Muthoni Thumbi, who moved to court to stop the deceased legislator’s funeral.