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"Huyu Vera Sidika maskini karibu akufe. Tafadhalini ridhikeni na maumbile muliyopewa."

Fomer Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has cautioned Kenyan ladies against plastic surgery that seeks to modify their body shape.

In a statement on Facebook, Sonko warned of dire consequences for those who will continue with the vice.

He said Kenyan ladies should draw lessons from socialite Vera Sidika who recently confessed to undergoing plastic surgery to modify her body shape.

Sonko said Kenyan women should appreciate their shape as created by God.


"Huyu Vera Sidika maskini karibu akufe. Wacheni nitumie lugha sanifu kuwatahadharisha Wanawake: Tafadhalini ridhikeni na maumbile muliyopewa na Maulana wacheni kufanya ukarabati wa maumbile vyenu," he said in a statement on Facebook.

Sonko's statement comes after Verah Sidika's confession elicited major debate on social media.

Vera confessed to Kenyans on how she developed health complications that forced her to undergo a surgery to get her body back to natural stature.

Vera warned ladies against peer pressure and rushing into things that in the long run turned out to be detrimental to their well being.

”THE REBIRTH …This has been the hardest phase in my life, Due to health risk, I had to undergo surgery. It’s Still very unbelievable but I’ve come to terms with it & learnt to love myself regardless," Vera wrote on Instagram as she share image of her new body shape.