Drip! Mike Sonko steps out in pair of Ksh.130K Amiri designer shoes
The former county boss, who has never hidden his love for the finest things in life, was photographed wearing the sleek red and white Amiri low-top sneakers worth $805 (approx. Ksh. 130,000).
While making a conspicuous appearance at the Installation ceremony of Dr. Augustus Kyalo Muli as National Patron of Akamba Anzauni Clan, where he was the Chief Guest, Sonko dazzled in more than just a costly pair of shoe - he completed the look in a matching Amiri t-shirt, a pair of ripped denim jeans and a matching denim half coat too.
The flamboyant politician also threw in an Amiri beanie as well as tons of flashy gold jewellery and a pair of gold-rimmed sunglasses.
Also gracing the event was renowned Kambaland Benga singer Ken wa Maria who specifically composed a song 'Kyalo wa Dubai' in honor of the day's celebrant.
Peninah Malonza, the Cabinet Secretary for Ministry of EAC, Arid and Semi-Arid Lands and Regional Development, also made a noticeable appearance sitting next to the former Nairobi county hotshot.
The Akamba Anzauni function, which also attracted some of the most notable names in Ukambani, was attended by thousands of people from all walks of life.
The Anzauni Clan Council of Elders and the National Delegates of the Anzauni clan presided over the ceremony, underscoring the significance of this appointment.
Unlike honorary roles, the Anzauni National Patron position carries substantive responsibilities - Dr. Kyalo Muli, a respected alumnus of Kenyatta University and a distinguished business magnate based in Dubai, will wield actual powers as both a leader and defender of the clan.
He was also bestowed with the task of promoting clan growth, negotiating with governmental bodies, and fostering unity with other clans.
Sonko, a respected member of the Kamba community, has maintained his political and social stature across the region, occasionally dropping in to support projects, attend high-profile events and extend his reputable goodwill to the Kamba nation.
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