Nairobi Women Representative Esther Passaris has said she will not let allegations raised against her by Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko go unchallenged.
She said each of those allegations will be investigated by the relevant authorities.
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It all started on Madaraka Day when Governor Sonko told Passaris to stop going round saying that he does not pick his calls.
Sonko also said in an interview on JKL live show that Passaris had been asking for money from him. He said Passaris was demanding double per diem.
“None of the accusations are true. I will move along with my lawyers and government institutions,” Passaris told the press at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
She asked the EACC to investigate the matter, “I waive all rights to privacy. I would love that the hotel where I stayed to access my private data, show when I stayed there.”
She also condemned those who had attacked and shamed her on social media without knowing the real truth.
“Nowhere in my speech did I mention that the governor has not been responding to my calls,” the woman rep said shortly after landing from a trip in Vancouver, Canada.
She also said she had been quoted out of context and will use the right institutions to investigate each of those accusations.
“I will make sure that this is the last time someone will bring a woman down,” Passaris told the Press.
She rejected Sonko’s claims that she had claimed per diem twice. “I would like the governor to table evidence showing the contrary. It pains me to call him the governor, but I give the respect of the office, not the