That Former Nairobi County Governor Hon Mike Sonko could retain back his position again is now doubtless. This follows the emergence of confirmed reports that the High Court of Kenya has now suspended the Much Awaited swearing-in event which was scheduled to take place in the next 24 hours.
According to the news by the star newspaper, The Supreme Court has temporarily stopped Nairobi City County from swearing-in Ann Kananu as the next Nairobi Governor.
Supreme court Judge Mohammed Ibrahim certified the application filed by former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko as urgent.
He said the order stopping the county's Assumption of the Office, governor Committee and Nairobi City county from swearing-in Kananu shall be in force for the next 14 days.At the same time, this come barely hours after Governor Mike Sonko reported that he had managed to secure a court order barring the coronation of Deputy Governor Hon Anne Mwenda Kanani.
But reacting to the news, Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions. While some supported the high court Ruling by standing firm, others have attacked the Governor by going against President Uhuru.
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