Lawmakers from Western Kenya have told president William Ruto to intervene and end the tiff between the second in command of the republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua and Governor Sakaja Johnson.
"Governor Sakaja Johnson was elected to an office by the people of Nairobi County. They expect more from him" Said Hon. Nabii.
The member of parliament added that as a Luhya Nation they have stake and say in the County were they have four members of Parliament.
The recent public Spat Between the second in command of the republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua and Governor Sakaja Johnson has raised eyebrows among Kenyans.
Some Kenyans are already claiming that Sakaja Johnson might not survive Impeachment in the coming days after his public Spat With deputy president Rigathi Gachagua.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming days if president William Ruto will intervene between Rigathi Gachagua and Sakaja Johnson over their recent Spat or not.
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