The strive by the current Nairobi governor to transform Nairobi by solving the endemic problems facing the Kenya's capital city has been lauded by a season Mt Kenya politician and political pundit, Hon Peter Kagwanja.
Speaking during a television interview on a local channel, Mr Kagwanja opines that the young and vibrant Sakaja might make it to be Kenya's sixth or seventh president who is neither a Kalenjin or Kikuyu.
However, the political expert holds that this will be tied or will only be possible if governor Sakaja performs extremely well in his Nairobi county.
''If governor Sakaja does his wok well, he migh be the 6th 0r 7th president who is not a Kikuyu or a Kalenjin. Whoever makes Nairobi work is likely to be a national leader,'' said Kagwanja.
The former Nairobi senator promised to elevate the lives of the Nairobians, free lunch to pupils in schools and cleaning of the city and its environs.
Sakaja was Nairobi's senator before he opted for the gubernatorial seat which he ascended to it successfully after he floored his main rival Mr Polycarp Igathe.
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