But did he promise to release damaging recordings against Kenyatta, as claimed in this article?
Sonko offered reward for tipoff about ‘fake news’
He tweeted the same on his official Twitter account and offered a “reward” of KSh300,000 to anyone with information which could lead to the arrest of the publisher of the misleading article.
He also tweeted that he had “no recordings against the President” and repeated his “respect” for the head of state.
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