In the past weeks Nairobi County boss Hon Sakaja and DP Rigathi Gachagua had been involved in an exchange of words of the management of Nairobi County. Gov. Sakaja want make Nairobi CBD a free Matatus zone but DP Rigathi Gachagua feels differently. As a results of that the two have caused a stir online with each faction standing with their position. However, Senator Bony Khalware has asked Gov. Sakaja to engage DP Rigathi Gachagua to solve the stalemate surrounding the city of Nairobi.Bony Khalware is amongst the leaders that don't feel comfortable with the friction that have been witnessed between the two leaders. He therefore want Gov. Sakaja should swallow his pride and engage the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua to solve the problem. The difference has gone to a point of some Rigathi's allies threatening to stage an impeachment motion towards Gov. Sakaja while others threatening to impeach DP Rigathi Gachagua.
However, Hon Bony Khalware feels that Nairobi County needs the inputs of the two leaders and therefore he needs to see them in a productive engagements in order to yield a positive results and bring Nairobi to its desired state.
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