Drama at Kenyan National Theatre as Sandra Dacha Clashes with Mike Wako

A memorial service for the late comedian Ochonjo turned chaotic on Thursday, May 25, 2023, when actress Sandra Dacha clashed with Tiktoker Mike Wako.

The two exchanged harsh words, with Wako being forced to leave the scene as the situation escalated.

Several creatives who were present at the scene tried to intervene and cool things down but all was in vain.

“Mike wako wacha uongo (Mike Wako stop lying),” Sandra Dacha could be heard saying.

A frustrated Wako tried to continue with his speech but Dacha could not stop bothering him.

She intervened shouting; “We failed Ochonjo… We were not there for Ochonjo,”.

A few members of the creatives could be heard saying Mike Wako was using Ochonjo’s death for his own selfish interests.

This is not the first time controversy is rocking Mike Wako since the death of comedian and actor Ochonjo.

A few weeks ago he was castigated by Netizens and the late Ochonjo’s friends for exposing the comedian at his weakest point before his untimely death.

Many argued that Mike didn’t have to share Ochonjo’s photos and videos from his Hospital bed on social media no matter the motive behind it.

On the other hand, Sandra Dacha was among the people who rushed Ochonjo to the hospital when he was ill.

It is unclear what exactly led to the clash between Sandra Dacha and Mike Wako, but it is clear that there is a lot of tension and resentment within the creative industry following Ochonjo’s death.

The incident has also raised questions about the ethics of sharing personal information about someone who has died, especially when it is done without their consent.

It is important to remember that everyone grieves in their own way, and that there is no right or wrong way to do it. However, it is important to be respectful of the wishes of the deceased and their loved ones.

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