Mike Sonko’s Adopted Son Satrin Undergoes Intiation

Former Nairobi Governor  Mike Sonko is a proud man after his adopted son underwent the initiation right.

In the African setting, initiation moves a boy to be a man.

Taking to his socials, the politician penned;

“Today I’m a very proud father after visiting my adopted son Satrin Osinya together with his other initiates at the PCEA church evergreen where they’re healing after being Circumcised a couple of days ago.

They’re now being transformed into young adults through our rite of passage from childhood into adulthood.

We also interacted and celebrated with other father figures, uncles, and male guardians who had also come to visit their sons.”

Satrine Osinya

Sonko adopted Satrin and his brother Gift, he recently concluded form four.

“My family adopted Satrin Osinya when he was one and a half years old after his mum was shot dead by terrorists at Joyland church in Likoni.

Him and his brother Gift Osinya have been part of our family since then. Welcome to manhood son and always remember that as a family we love you so so much.”

Just recently Sonko also introduced his adopted daughter.

She was adopted after becoming an orphan at a tender age.

“This young girl Janet Kaingi joined our family at the age of 5 after being orphaned from Nzeluni Village in Mwingi, Kitui County.”

Sonko and wife Primrose made the decision to adopt her. Jane quickly fit into the Mbuvi family and now years later has graduated.

“She’s lived with us as our adopted daughter since then, we have taken her through school and today my family wishes to celebrate her with a special…”

He continued that;

“..message as she graduates.

You have been part of our family from a tender age. We have seen you achieve milestones from Baraka Primary School Buruburu to Arya girls parklands and today graduating with a Bachelors of Business Logistics and Procurement from Daystar University.”

Sonko gushed over Jane saying she has made the Mbuvi family very proud with her achievement

“We would never be more proud as your parents. Keep making us proud even as you step out into the real world, and always remember you have a family in ours. Congratulations daughter!”

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