Governor Sakaja Johnson has received huge Boost from Political leaders allied to Azimio La Umoja one Kenya coalition party. Kakamega Governor HE Fernandes Baraza and Governor James Orengo have asked the second in command of the republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua to allow the Nairobi Governor Sakaja Johnson to do his work and stop Threatening him.
The second in command of the republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua has been on the receiving end after his public Spat With Sakaja Johnson over claims that he is targeting Kikuyu business in Nairobi county. Kenya Kwanza MCAs had earlier threaten to Impeach Governor Sakaja Johnson over Claims that he appointed some Azimio politicians into his cabinet without consulting with them.
Sakaja Johnson has been warned to be careful because he might not be re-elected in 2027 if he continue to have problems with Kenya Kwanza MCAs in Nairobi county.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if the Kenya Kwanza MCAs will be able to Impeach him or not.
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