Gachagua asks matatu owners to stay put, operate from Nairobi CBD.Rigathi Gachagua has called on matatus owners to continue operating from Nairobi CBD despite Governor Johnson Sakaja’s order.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has told bar owners and Public Service Vehicle (PSV) operators in the city to go on with their businesses and disregard directives issued by Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja. DP Gachagua and Governor Sakaja have been at loggerheads after the Governor ordered the relocation of lon distance PSV’s.
DP Gachagua called on the Nairobi Governor to go slow on removing long-distance PSV operators from the City’s CBD.
"Sakaja ni kijana mzuri tutakaa chini tukubaline, tulimsaidia. Tutaketi tukubaliane vile tutakaa...na nimemuita tukae chini na yeye, mtu ambaye anaharibu biashara katika Nairobi kwanza tuongee tukubaliane. Hiyo maneno ya kutoa matatu nini, hiyo maneno haiwezi," Gachagua said while in Nyeri.
We must change our city,' Sakaja responds to DP Gachagua on relocation of matatus.
Embattled Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja now says he will not back down on his Reform Agenda despite criticism from Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua on his planned removal of matatu operators from the City’s Central Business District (CBD).
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has told bar owners and Public Service Vehicle (PSV) operators in the city to go on with their businesses and disregard directives issued by Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja.
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