Nairobi county senator Johnson Sakaja has refuted claims that he is out of Jubilee and revealed that he is still working with president Uhuru Kenyatta until he completes his term in office. Furthermore, he revealed that Nairobi county requires a leader who now the problem of the people of Nairobi and that is why he will be going for the gubernatorial seat ahead of 2022 politics despite all the development that has been completed by the NMS. He revealed that NMS was brought after the wrangles in Nairobi county and he will stop all the activities concerning NMS simply because he will be there to provide for the leaders.
Furthermore, he claimed that he is not a tribalist candidate since in 2002 he was behind former president Mwai Kibaki and later in 2007 he supported former prime minister Raila Odinga. He revealed that in 2022 he will identify the party he will be using in 2022 polls but as of now he is supporting Jubilee agendas.
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