After leaders from Western Kenya sided with Johnson Sakaja, it appears that the conflict between Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and the governor of Nairobi has changed again. This includes a sizable group of MPs who came together and urged DP Gachagua to cease undermining Sakaja.
This came about when Gachagua requested that Sakaja refrain from discussing decisions that will have an impact on Mount Kenya traders because he is the one who encouraged them to support him against Polycarp Igathe. This was in relation to Sakaja's decision to forbid some matatus from Central from entering town in order to reduce congestion in the Nairobi CBD.
Gachagua has not yet commented on the commotion caused by the leaders of Western Kenya. In keeping with this, Wambugu Ngunjiri, a former Nyeri Township MP, responded to this audacious effort in support of Sakaja. Kenyans should keep an eye out because according to Ngunjiri, the year 2023 could begin with a major conflict within the UDA party.
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