If Sonko fears sharing videos on corrupt judges and magistrates let him send them to me, I will share – Bonface Mwangi

By , K24 Digital
On Sat, 27 Nov, 2021 18:16 | 2 mins read
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko.Photo/file

Activist Boniface Mwangi now wants to help former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko to share the with videos he has which expose the rot within the judiciary.

In a statement on his official Facebook page, Mwangi said that the courts had only barred Sonko from exposing the magistrates and not all the other 50 million Kenyans.

In the recent past, Sonko has been sharing videos which captured how judges and magistrates were demanding for bribes from his team and that of his opponents in a graft case he was facing which led to his impeachment.

“If Mike Sonko has any videos he wants to share exposing corrupt politicians, lawyers, judges and their mistresses, he can end them to me. I shall post them. The court gagged Mike Sonko but not the 50 million Kenyans who want the evil corrupt people who are destroying Kenya exposed,” part of the post by Mwangi read.

The activist who also worked as a journalist until after the 2007 Post Election Violence (PEV), condemned how political leaders and the Law Society of Kenya was silent on the exposes that have been done by the ex-Nairobi Governor.

He also wondered why the Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai had not taken any action against the suspects.

“Has the Law Society released a statement on Mike Sonko’s expose on corrupt judges and lawyers? Has President Uhuru, Chief Justice Martha Koome and Inspector General of Police Mutyambai @ said anything?” He posed, adding that the exposes by Sonko were proof that justice was for sale in Kenya.

He asked Kenyans on whether their preferred presidential candidate had made any comments on the exposes.

On Friday, November 26, Sonko was barred from sharing any more videos that exposed the judges and magistrates as corrupt.

However, Sonko has maintained that he is yet to be served with any court order barring him from posting anything on social media.

He said that he will respect the court order once it is served to him.

“I have not been served with any court order mpaka sai. Hizi ndio zile masa zetu zakupost. Nimeamua kama ni mbaya ikue mbaya. Hii inakuja ni noma sana hebu muconfirm kama all the kids wamelala. I will go by the majority,” he posted on his Facebook account.