Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has been summoned by the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission over his utterrance towards Nairobi Women Representative Esther Passaris on June 1.
"I acknowledge receipt of summons by the EACC relating to alleged utterances I made, directed to Hon. Esther Passaris, the Nairobi City County Woman Representative, and her unpaid per diem for a trip she made to New York in March 2019 despite the county having paid for her air ticket to New York and before that Viena," said Sonko.
The flash city boss had on Madaraka Day bashed on Passaris after she claimed that he was dodging her calls and taking time to apprive funds for development projects.
Sonko came out to attack her, revealing that he is a busy man and he will pick her calls when he feels like.
He went ahead to remind her that he is not her husband who should pick her calls anytime she calls.
This utterance angered Passaris who walked out of the celebration which had been held at the Pumwani Police Grounds.
After receiving the letter, the city boss who is currently attending to ongoing Memorial Services of my the late Bomet Governor, Dr. Joyce Laboso and the late MP for Kibra Hon. Ken Okoth revealed that he will present himself to the EACC.