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Mike Sonko: Former Nairobi governor hints at starting cucumber business

by | May 7, 2021 | Fun | 0 comments

Former Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has revealed his plans to starting a cucumber business.

Taking to his official social media pages, the politician shared the news while stating that he has ready customers insinuating that women love the vegetable.

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“I can see myself starting to farm Cucumbers, it has lots of customers, especially the ladies. for those who do not know, these are the seven health benefits of eating cucumber. It is High in Nutrients. Cucumbers are low in calories but high in many important vitamins and minerals.

The former city governor further mentioned few benefits of the vegetable urging people to call him whenever they want to purchase

It Contains antioxidants. Promotes Hydration. May aid in weight loss. May lower blood sugar. It could promote regularity. Easy to add to your diet. Add any other benefits since you guys know it all. If you want cucumbers, call me.”

His post thrilled social media users who flooded at the comment section sharing ideas with him.

Naona nikiazisha farming ya Cucumber 🥒 iko na customers Sana especially ladies. Kwa wenye hawajui these are the 7…

Posted by Mike Sonko. on Thursday, 6 May 2021

Here are some of the comments

Brian Otieno : “Cucumbers are going to eat those ladies instead of those ladies eating them.”

Mercy Florida: “Thank you for making our work easier, I am sure that instead of going to the market, I will be ordering mine online, I love eating them and I wonder why some of you are suggesting that it should be sold while sliced, I don’t agree at all.”

Lilian Kemunto: “Some people are thinking against the benefits of it. Remember it purifies blood, kidney and liver. I do take it.”

Benedict Mati Rashford: “I miss those days when cucumber was just a vegetable.”

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Athanas Mutisya: “An innocent vegetable is being maligned but no one is talking about this form of injustice, this is a good vegetable, sir.”

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