Nairobi County Governor Johnston Sakaja has maintained his stand that, he is leading a City that will be orderly and dignified amid his cold war with Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua. Sakaja, took to the limelight to share the strategies, he and his team are formulating to help him run the City.
Sakaja revealed this evening that the Principal Secretary Charles Hinga and team joined Njoroge Muchiri and his (Sakaja) team at the City Hall with the main focus on discussing on the urban developments in the City.
The County boss, amid the current sharp criticism from Gachagua's supporters, revealed that he will continue to work with the National government under President William Ruto in delivering a City of order and dignity.
"PS Charles Hinga and his team joined Njoroge Muchiri and our team today at City Hall for a round of discussions on urban developments such as markets that were working on. We continue to partner with the National Govt in delivering a city of order and dignity." Said Sakaja.
Sakaja sentiments come at a time when Lawyer Danstan Omari took on Gachagua for interfering in the leadership of Nairobi and his viral tribal remarks that attracted public criticism a couple of weeks ago.
He noted that President Ruto directed that things be done because they are right and not because, it is the culture of doing things that way. He added that, Sakaja was right and should not be controlled by Gachagua.
"Nairobi cannot be run on politics, putting people that your tribe voted for somebody. This is a city that cannot be run in a village manner. We have a governor who says he might not be re-elected but will leave an admirable and functional City," said Lawyer Omari on K24.
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