A storm is brewing in Nairobi county after President William Ruto's allied Members of County Assemblies (MCAs) have today accused the Nairobi City County Governor Johnson Sakaja of sidelining them in making key decisions in the county.
This also comes days after the Deputy President, Rigathi Gachagua revealed a plan sit with him down to discuss some of his Sakaja's plans that risk disrupting PSvs.
The MCAs led by its leadership has claimed the Governor has gone to bed with the Azimio which is the opposition. The Minority leader, Mr. Antony Kiragu accused the UDA Governor of sideshows and using to publicity instead of delivering his manifesto.
According to Mr. Karuga, several hustlers within Nairobi have been forced to go for Christmas with the governor yet to pay them their arrears. He further claimed that several casual workers had assembled outside City Hall on Friday demanding their pay.
He called on Sakaja to work for all residents in Nairobi and bring on board all MCAs.
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