United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party MCAs in Nairobi, have now accused Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja of sidelining them despite him being elected by them in August.
In a statement, the MCAs, led by Minority leader Anthony Kiragu, expressed their displeasure following the appointments of CECs and CCOs.
According to Kiragu, their appointments does not align with the Kenya Kwanza manifesto considering that he's been appointing members who's credentials doesn't match with the ones requires.
"We want to express our displeasure and send our message to the people of Nairobi that what has been happening in this Country in terms of appointment doesn't align with the Kenya Kwanza manifesto and aspirations," Kiragu said.
This came after the UDA MCAs, stormed out during the vetting of County Chief Officer Nominee Lucky Opudo, accusing her of not submitting her credentials on time. They also questioned on her credibility after her role in what transpired at Bomas of Kenya during the announcement of the presidential election.
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