Mike Sonko’s daughter Saumu Mbuvi today revealed that her biggest fear is that her daughter will seek out the limelight and that will scare the child for life.

Saumu who has been lynched in the court of public opinion for her lifestyle is afraid that the pressure of being a public figure will get to her daughter.

“I’m afraid my child will want to become a celeb. The internet is a cruel world and those women [trolls] don’t have boundaries,” Saumu told Massawe Japanni on Radio Jambo.

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Asked if she was afraid her daughter would seek out fame and want to be a socialite, Saumu told Massawe,

“Fame will confuse her. I don’t mind if she is in the limelight because of her grandpa or grandma but I wouldn’t want her to be a socialite.”

Adding, “Nowadays, I limit her access and exposure to the internet, I want her to be more into books and reading. She can make that decision [to be on social media] after she is 18 years old but I will guide her till she is 25 years old.”

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