Sonko leaves Uhuru in stitches with breakdance moves at inauguration
Nairobi governor Mike Sonko on Monday treated Nairobians to a breakdance shortly before delivering his inauguration speech.
Governor Sonko had been invited to take the podium by his deputy Polycarp Igathe, but decided to pull off a hilarious breakdance move before hugging Igathe.
The two have made it a norm lately to pull off breakdance moves at public functions.
The dance, performed in the view of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto, left guests in raptures at Uhuru Park and even on online platforms.
Here are some of the reactions to Governor Sonko’s breakdance.
Those sonko dance moves though ????? #uhurupark
— Cass (@Sagina_Cassie) August 21, 2017
So Mike Sonko knows how to kubreak dance????.Niiice
— Brian. (@OkadoLotus) August 21, 2017
Igathe and sonko with their weird dance
— Naomy (@kanaosh) August 21, 2017
— Jim ngigi (@NgigeNjoroge) August 21, 2017
That Sonko and Igathe dance, is it a sign of things to come.
— Rukwaro Simon (@Ecosard) August 21, 2017
During the Sonko-Igathe manifesto launch, the two performed a breakdance similar to the one performed on Monday at Uhuru Park.
Igathe: Let's welcome Mike Sonko Nehemiah, the rebuilder of Nairobi
— NTV Kenya (@ntvkenya) July 23, 2017