Yesterday the deputy president held a media interview with Inooro tv, a local channel which broadcasts in Kikuyu language. The deputy president highlighted various agendas which was seen as a response to the current happenings in the political arena where Gachagua and Sakaja have held different paths regarding the eviction of Matatus from the central business district.
During an interview on Gachagua insisted that Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja must respect Mt Kenya investors whim he (Gachagua) said voted for the governor in large numbers. According to Gachagua the message was clear and bold from the Mt Kenya learders during the Kandara campaigns that just ended. He reminded the governor on the need not to make decisions in a haste as they may affect his political career and his relationship with the people. He stated his relationship with governor sakaja as healthy and strong.
The second in command reiterated that he played a crucial role in Sakaja win in the 2022 gubernatorial race by asking Margaret Wanjiru to step down for him. He asked the people doing business in the city and especially the matatu operators to remain vigilant as the matters get solved amicably.
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