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Governor Sakaja Summoned By The High Court Today For Disobeying Court Order

In the political landscape of the Republic of Kenya, Johnson Sakaja is among the most well-known and influential figures. Because he currently holds the position of governor of Nairobi county, he is considered to be one of the most prominent people in the country. Additionally, President William Ruto counts Sakaja as one of his most trusted allies. Now, in the late afternoon of today, rumours have surfaced suggesting that Sakaja has been asked to appear before the high court.

According to a recent article published by the Star News, Justice Hedwig Ong'undi has issued a summons to Sakaja and requests that he explain why he disobeyed the court order by preventing the matatus from entering the CBD. Ong'undi's request can be found here. The picking stations were relocated to the Greenpark terminus by Sakaja. The matatus from the western, Nyanza, and Riftvalley regions were impacted as a result of Sakaja's decision.

"Nairobi It has been requested that Governor Johnson Sakaja give an explanation as to why he defied the court order over the relocation of the Matatus to the Greenpark Terminus when he is called to appear in court. Earlier today, in the afternoon, Justice Hedwig Ong'udi issued the summons. He noted that even after issuing an order to stop the execution of the relocation, the county nonetheless went ahead and implemented the move despite the fact that the order had been issued to stop the implementation of the move." According to the reports.

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