Nairobi governor Mike Sonko today caused a stir online after appearing on a golden shoe during the good deeds meeting with Nairobi residents at the City Hall.
The shoe is estimated to be around Ksh16 million.
During the meeting, the governor announced that Nairobi will host the Good Deeds Africa Regional Conference in August this year.
“I wish to encourage organisations involved with volunteerism to come and share their successes, challenges and lessons learnt, in order to promote volunteering in Kenya. I also urge the private sector to embrace Good Deeds because, as they say, “Doing good is good business”,” said the governor.
Sonko was named the Goods Deeds Ambassador in Kenya in December last year by an Israeli non-governmental organization.
Good Deeds Global chief executive Kaynan Rabino lauded Sonko his support towards various communities and the beautification on Mombasa Road.