Michelle Ntalami Issues Demands To Mike Sonko After Apology

Ntalami called upon the former county boss, now turned blogger, to make changes to...

Michelle Ntalami Issues Demands To Mike Sonko After Apology
Collage of former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko and beauty entrepreneur Michelle Ntalami. /VIRALTEAKE

Marini Naturals Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Michelle Ntalami urged Nairobi governor, Mike Sonko, to retract his wild claims that she had romantic relations with slain model and LGBTQ activist Edwin Chiloba.

While responding to Sonko's apology on Thursday, January 12, Ntalami called upon the former county boss, now turned blogger, to make changes to his sentiments to reflect the truth regarding her relationship with Chiloba.

In addition, Ntalami barred him from exposing any falsehoods surrounding Chiloba's death as she called upon her followers to accord Chiloba's family respect as they mourn the loss of their loved one.

Former Nairobi governor, Mike Sonko. /THE STAR

"Thank you very much Sonko for your reply. I appreciate it a lot. Please as a Leader, I kindly request you to edit this post accordingly with the true narrative of what Edwin and I were.

"Secondly, I request you to please desist from propagating any untrue stories about his death. Let us respect his family and give them the peace they need at this time, as we share in their mourning and support them in finding justice for our friend," she wrote.

Sonko had eaten his humble pie and penned his apology in an attempt to make amends with the beauty entrepreneur, expressing his condolences to her for losing a friend he noted who adored her.

"Asante sana (thank you so much) Michelle for the respect you accord me and I assure you that I fully understand the dynamics in this situation, so pole for losing a dear friend who adored you.

"I stand with Chiloba’s family and friends during this difficult moment even as we wait for justice to be done over his death. May his soul Rest in Peace," Sonko wrote.

Sonko previously expressed the belief that her emotional tribute to Chiloba on Monday, January 9 was an indication that they had an affair before he was killed and his body found stuffed in a metallic box along the Kipenyo-Katinga Road in Uasin Gishu County.

The former county boss alleged that Ntalami's relationship with the late activist was serious while reposting a photo of Chiloba pecking her right cheek. It was at this point that Ntalami blasted Sonko in public to the point she became a trend on social media while affirming that she was just Chiloba's friend and among women he would be the least attracted to.

As though that was not enough, Ntalami appeared to have dragged the former county boss to an explosive rant on her Instagram stories, stating that she would never stop telling the truth in a cruel world because people did not care whether one spoke up for themselves or not and that they would always have their own opinions.

“So as for me? No way will I ever let someone else get away with a false narrative of me on issues close to my heart, like the loss of a friend’s life. If I know the truth, I will always speak up. No matter what it takes or what anyone thinks about it.

"The other party is always free to present their rebuttal! So if you know your M.O. (modus operandi) is lying and doing people dirty, just stay away from me because if you push me to the wall, I will out you,” fired Ntalami on Friday, January 13.

Ntalami's poignant tribute to Chiloba also included details of their discussion regarding his relationship with Jackton Odhiambo, the prime suspect in his murder.

A collage of slain model Edwin Chiloba and Michelle Ntalami. /INSTAGRAM.MICHELLE NTALAMI