Dilemma has rocked President Uhuru Kenyatta's administration on what happens next to Nairobi Metropolitan Service given that its time is set to expire as 2022 election looms. It is not clear what happens to NMS after the 9th General election since the it was instituted by President Uhuru Kenyatta and Uhuru will be exiting the political scenes after 2022.
NMS was given two years of which only six months are remaining with Members of County Assemblies from Nairobi said to be divided whether major General Badi should be given more time. Should NMS not added time, then it is expected to wind up its operations in Nairobi on March 18, 2022.
Legal experts has also warned president Uhuru Kenyatta against adding more time to the NMS saying that it will be a legal battle that Uhuru Kenyatta may not win.
“Hakutakuwa na sababu yoyote halisi kuiongezea muda NMS. Kisheria, muda wake unapaswa kulingana na mwisho wa kipindi cha kuhudumu cha Bw Sonko kama gavana. Hata hivyo, najua huenda wakaongeza muda huo,” akasema Bw Havi.
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