Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko buys son Satrine Osinya a Sh6Million car for his 7th birthday

It was pomp and color at Mike Sonko’s Nyari residence as his adopted son Satrine Osinya celebrated his 7th birthday.

The flamboyant governor’s wife Primrose Mbuvi took to social media to shower her son with love in a heartwarming message that read:

“Happy Birthday 🎁🎂🎉 Satrine Osinya God has been faithful may He keep you safe 🙏🏾. I love you so much son.”

Satrine Osinya was gifted a Mercedes Benz E350 by his adopted parents and videos from the flashy birthday party were shared on social media by Saumu Mbuvi and her mother.

Sandra Mbuvi's birthday
Baby Osinya during Sandra Mbuvi’s birthday

The car is estimated to be between Sh6,313,241 – Sh6,968,769.
Check out the photos.


Satrine Osinya


Satrine Osinya




Satrine Osinya


Mike Sonko's son Satrine Osinya's birthday
Mike Sonko’s son Satrine Osinya’s birthday


For those who don’t know Satrine Osinya, he’s the boy who survived a terror attack at the Joy in Jesus Church in Likoni on March 3, 2014.

Osinya, his mother, and brother were attending a church service when they were ambushed by armed gunmen. His mother Veronica Atieno died shielding him from the attackers’ bullets and had a bullet lodged in his head.

Photo of Baby Osinya and brother Gift in 2014 after thwy were attacked at a church in Likoni

Osinya underwent a three-hour surgery to remove the bullet at the Kenyatta National Hospital, which was successful.

Recently, Mike Sonko gifted his first granddaughter, Saumu’s daughter a red Range Rover worth over Sh15 million.

Mipango yangu yote ya kando ni wakikuyu, Sonko confesses

Nairobi governor Mike Sonko has reiterated that he does not hate Kikuyus as all his “side dishes” are from that tribe.

“People say Sonko hates Kikuyu, it’s untrue. I have nominated over 10 Kikuyu MCAs, my wife is a Kikuyu, all my side dishes and inlaws are Kikuyu. Even the incoming deputy governor is a Kikuyu,” Sonko said during the swearing in of Caroline Karugu as Deputy Governor of Nyeri.

The governor has in the recent past been at pains to redeem himself from utterances he made in March that several Mt Kenya leaders have been meeting at night to scuttle Deputy President William Ruto’s presidential ambitions in 2022.

“We are aware that some politicians from Mount Kenya have been holding night meetings in Nairobi to craft plans on how to support one of their own in 2022,” Sonko said during a service at Presbyterian Church of East Africa in Runda, Nairobi, presided over by Ruto.

But to silence the critics, Sonko added that his cabinet has four Kikuyus while the chief of staff and the county secretary is also from the region.

He added that since its a season of forgiveness its time people moved on and shunned bad politics.

On April 16, Sonko said he will not allow senior government officials to fan tribal wars between him and members of the Kikuyu community.

A furious Sonko, who took a swipe at the media at a public event outside City Hall, condemned an article published in one of the dailies which appeared to focus on his leadership style.

Sonko claimed Interior PS Karanja Kibicho is working with unidentified leaders from the Kikuyu community to try and label him as a hurdle to the well-being of Kikuyus in the city.

He further claimed Kibicho is working with a few individuals in the media to tarnish his record and label him as unfit to lead Nairobi.

The governor also accused former Starehe MP Maina Kamanda of engaging in secret plans to sabotage his work.

-The Star

Uhuru, Sonko eulogise Kidero’s father

Nairobi governor Dr. Evans Kidero has lost his father Mzee Johnson Kidero Agango who was undergoing treatment in India.

President Uhuru Kenyatta eulogised Mzee Agango saying,  “a humble, kind, generous and courageous elder, Mzee Agango was well respected in the community. He was a person of enormous influence and outstanding ability who had a singular sense of duty to his family and the nation at large.”

Nairobi sentaor Mike Sonko who also lost his father earlier in September offered his condolences to the governor, “may the lord give you and your family strength during this trying moment. Nairobi people are with you and your family in prayers our Governor. May the almighty Father rest Mzee’s soul in eternal.”

Governor Kidero and his father (photo shared by Mike Sonko)

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