Nairobi Senator Mike Mbuvi ‘Sonko’ is one of the most popular politicians in Kenyan, not just for his philanthropic deeds but for his lavish lifestyle and wealth.
Sonko is in the race to become the next Governor of Nairobi County and besides his political career, the controversial Senator is also a family man.
The celebrated businessman is a doting father to four daughters and two adopted sons, Baby Satirn Osinya and his elder brother, Cyprian Osinya, whose mother passed away after a terror attack at a church in Mombasa.
Sonko is a loving husband to his wife too and recently, he got her a brand new Range Rover to appreciate her love and support, and for being a good mother to his children despite all the challenges.
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On Sunday, May 14, it was Mother’s Day and the rich politician took time to talk about his late mother, Saumu Mukami Mbuvi, who passed away when he was young: “I knew I had a friend and mentor who molded me into the man I am today and for that I will always cherish and honour her.”
Sadly, Mike Sonko’s father also died back in September 2015, which was also another sad and heart-breaking day for him, leaving him with no parents, but in all, he appreciated his late mother for what she taught him, saying that no one can replace her.
Here’s the touching message Sonko jotted down about losing his mother and how he misses her;
A mother is a priceless and the most rarest jewel that we can ever possess. From her came out life ,tender love, care and guidance on how to adapt into this crazy world. For those who lost their mothers, though it’s normal part of life you will agree with me “mama anaweza chukua nafasi ya wengine lakini nafasi yake haiwezi chukuliwa na yeyote yule”
The emptiness that my late mother Saumu Mukami Mbuvi left is still hard to comprehend. I knew I had a friend and mentor who moulded me into the man i am today and for that I will always cherish and honour her. Watu wangu, always love and respect women, especially the elderly. I would like to wish a Happy Mothers Day to all the strong women out there, know that we love and appreciate you everyday. Kama Mungu hakuwaleta nyinyi sisi tusingekuwa Duniani leo.Happy Mother’s Day!!!
May they both rest in peace.