Mike Sonko and Moses Kuria’s ‘Team Wanjiku’ questioned over integrity

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Members of Team Wanjiku which was created by Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko and Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria have come under fire from Kenyans.

Netizens on Wednesday took to Twitter using #TeamWanjikuScam to air their concerns on the credibility of the team members.

Questions were raised about the capability of the members who say they are devoted to fighting for the rights of the common citizen.

According to a section of Kenyans, Mike Sonko’s track record as Nairobi Governor is far from impressive. They translate this to him being unable to govern the county, wondering how he will focus on the Team Wanjiku movement.

Furthermore, his recent public spat with Nairobi Women Rep Esther Passaris arose, with some terming him ‘disrespectful’.

Kenyans dug up Moses Kuria’s court case of when he was charged with incitement to violence, with some stating that the controversial MP’s claims that he is concerned about citizens are false.

Other notable personalities alleged to be members of the team are Paul Kobia, former MP Kalembe Ndile, EALA MP Simon Mbugua, Mavoko MP Patrick Makau and Embakasi South MP Julius Mawathe.

Paul Kobia’s education level was questioned with others digging up his fraud case which is still in court.


Simon Mbugua was charged with robbery with violence and was part of the group that was arrested for attacking Timothy Muriuki in 2018.

According to netizens, Kalembe Ndile is uneducated and illiterate and is not fit to be part of any revolutionary team.

Team Wanjiku was the brain child of Sonko and Kuria with the latter saying the faction is going to look into the issues affecting Kenyans.

Kuria further said they do not support Jubilee’s breakaway groups Tangatanga and Kieleweke and instead support President Kenyatta’s Big 4 Agenda.

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