Nairobi senator Mike Sonko has demanded public apology from fellow gubernatorial aspirant Peter Kenneth before he can engage him on Jubilee's Nairobi flag bearer.
In an emotional interview on Sunday night, Sonko demanded that Kenneth apologises for vying against President Uhuru Kenyatta in the 2013 elections.
“I have a lot of bitterness with this guy. I’m not going to forgive him until… He has to do a public rally and I’m giving him a condition. Let him have a rally in Gatundu. Let him call Mama Ngina Kenyatta, let him call Sonko. Let him convert the tears we shed that time into tears of joy,” said Mr Sonko.
“In the same way I am refusing to work with him, let him feel what we felt in 2013,” said Mr Sonko. “Even Trump doesn’t care. I also don’t care,” he added.