• Sandra added people are quick to jump into conclusion without know the real issue.
• Her remarks followed a viral video of Sonko who seemingly was on a rant.
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko's daughter Sandra Mbuvi now wants social media users to stop attacks on her father.
In a statement, Sandra said her father is human and just like everyone he gets irked.
She said anyone in the former governor's shoes would have reacted the same way Sonko did.
Sandra added people are quick to jump to conclusions without knowing the real issue.
"Guys please stop attacking my father. Everyone gets upset and if it were you in that position you would have flipped even worse y'all don't see things from his point of view but then so quick to jump to conclusions. He's human to abeg," Sandra wrote on Instagram.
Her remarks followed a viral video of Sonko who seemingly was on a rant.
The former governor displayed a stash of cash in US dollars and Kenyan shilling denominations in suitcases at his house.
In the video, he says,"Ati sina pesa sababu hatusaidii watoto. Nani ameakuambia above 18 ni watoto? mtu amezaa. Amesomeshwa akamaliza. Niko na pesa ya kuharibu na bibi zangu... Wacha nikuoneshe pesa. Unajua maana ya pesa wewe?"
This loosely translates to, "You're saying I don't have money because I'm not helping children. Who told you someone who's above 18 is a child? someone who has kids. Someone who has completed school. I have money to waste with my wives... let me show you money. Do you even know the meaning of money?"
He goes on to say more unprintable words in the video.
Sonko in the video mentioned that the amount was around Sh30 million.
It, however, remains unclear who the video was targeted at and why the former governor was upset.