Johnson Sakaja is a well-known and influential politician in Kenya. As the current governor of Nairobi county, he has a prominent position in Kenya. Sakaja is one of President William Ruto's closest allies. Now, today in the evening, reports have emerged that Sakaja has been summoned by the high court.
Justice Hedwig Ong'undi, according to the Star News, has issued a summons to Sakaja, asking him to explain why he defied a court order by blocking matatus from entering the CBD. The picking stations were relocated by Sakaja to the Greenpark terminal. The matatus in the Western, Nyanza, and Riftvale regions were all affected by Sakaja's decision.
"Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has been summoned to appear in court to explain why he disobeyed the court order on Matatus moving to the Greenpark Terminus. Justice Hedwig Ong’udi issued the summons this afternoon. He stated that even after issuing an order stopping the implementation of the move, the county still went ahead and implemented the move." The rumors were true, the reports claimed.
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