Esther Passaris is Next, Mike Sonko Vows to Expose the Rotten Mafia deals on Judges and Lawyers

Nairobi MP Esther Passaris said Mike Sonko has been using social media platforms to abuse women Passaris claimed that Sonko’s action shows disrespect for all genders, as well as children and society at large The lawmaker stated tha only a multi-sectoral approach would end all forms of gender-based violence.

Nairobi woman representative Esther Passaris has asked the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to block all the social media platforms associated with former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko.

According to Passaris, Sonko has been using social media platforms to abuse women.

“Am calling on the DCI…as a country you can block all the social media platform of that man that has terrorised women in this country with his low self-esteem character,” she said.

The MP spoke during illumination of the Kenyatta International Conference Center to mark the beginning of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, where she noted that Sonko’s action showed disrespect for all genders, as well as children and society at large.

“If we say that we are going to end sexual and gender-based violence then perpetrators in such high positions should not be let to walk scot-free. He must be made an example of those who have such behaviour,” she said.

Passaris made the remarks following the recent video by Sonko claiming that Merry Nkatha coerced him into sexual favors.

Sonko said he has 149 clips (both audio and video) that capture their frequent and informative conversations since January 2021.

Sonko’s leaked tape claimed that she was compelled to “expose” High Court Judge Said Chitembwe at gunpoint. Merry Nkatha said she had been kidnapped by armed gang men who gave her a written script and asked her to respond to Sonko’s phone call saying all that had been jotted down. Speaking at Karen Police Station after recording a statement with the police, the woman, who had identified herself as a National Intelligence Service officer, called on the government to protect her because her life was in danger.

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