“Continue praying for me!” Requests Mike Sonko after his release.

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Former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko Mbuvi was on Friday released by the Anti-Terrorism Court in Kahawa West on Kshs 1 million bond and a surety of the same amount after he denied four counts related to terrorism. Following his release, he took to his Instagram page to thank his followers and fans for praying for him over the past few days he had been under police custody further asking them to continue praying for him.

Acknowledging that their prayers are being heard by God, he assured his followers that soon he will overcome all the tribulations he has been facing. He went on to promise his followers to join them in their fellowship as soon as he is discharged from the hospital.

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THERE’S A GOD IN HEAVEN WHO HEARS AND ANSWERS PRAYERS. No matter how big or small this church is, whether in the slums or any part of Kenya, I just want to thank you so so much for praying for my release. I shall come to fellowship with you all once I fully recover and discharged from hospital,” wrote Sonko.

He continued to add,

I also want to thank all those who were praying for me whether from different churches, mosques or religious temples. Just continue praying for me and God shall oversee me overcome all the tribulations for He has plans to prosper me and not to harm me, plans to give me hope and a future. May God Bless you All.”

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