Photo Courtesy; Former President Uhuru Kenyatta in a past event.
New twist as ODM Politician and Kileleshwa Ward MCA Robert Alai has now turned against ex President Uhuru Kenyatta and now accuses him of signing off for Nairobi County land to be transferred to the Judiciary without the latter paying even a cent.
This comes as today Nairobi County Assembly members took to demonstrate outside the Supreme Court building as they accused it of grabbing the Nairobi County Assembly parking space.
Alai alleges that even the then Deputy President William Ruto Was part of the deal. He alleges that the Judiciary has grabbed Nairobi County Assembly land and then turning to blackmailing the Assembly.
"It's sad that President Uhuru signed off for Nairobi County land to be transferred to the Judiciary without the Judiciary paying a cent.
Even President Ruto was part of the deal. Why grab Nairobi County Assembly land then blackmail the assembly?" Alai said.
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