In his remarks Sakaja said that instead of closing the noisy churches, he will initiate dialogue on obeying rules and regulations.
Vocal City Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has reacted to the remarks calling out Governor Sakaja for allegedly breaking the law.
Ahmednasir has said that enforcing the law is discretionary and by Governor Sakaja overlooking the law on noise pollution and failing to enforce it on noisy churches around the Cityz he is breaking the law.
"If we obey the law we will not disagree. Obeying/enforcing the law is not discretionary. No one has power to break, overlook or override the law...that is why MY Governor @SakajaJohnson is breaking the law in saying he will not enforce the law on noise pollution against churches," Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi said.
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