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By Paul Barasa | March 11th 2017
Nairobi senator Mike mbuvi sonko celebrated his birthday in a style and fashion.Sonko spent his special day at a free medical camp at Nyayo National stadium.

Through his initiative, he ensured that patients were treated at various hospitals in in Nairobi County and he went ahead to settle their bills.

Those with minor sickness were treated and allowed to go home while those with serious cases were admitted for specialised treatment.

According to him, he was going to continue with the same initiative until doctors resume their duties.

“I will provide these service until the doctors reach an amicable solution with the Government," said Sonko.

On the other hand, he dismissed those who lashed at him saying that he was seeking political a mileage.He further said that he always assisted people even before he joined politics.

Additionally, he disputed claims that he was serving hooligans. He clearly stated that no pressure will stop him from serving Kenyans.

“ Whoever is criticising my noble initiative of serving the great people of Nairobi saying that I am only serving hololigans, supporters and gangsters is unacceptable and just cheap malicious propaganda which will not stop me from serving Kenyans,” added Sonko

On the other hand, those who were treated through his initiative thanked him for saying that he has really helped them because they were unable to access medication in private hospitals.
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