The second in command Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and the Nairobi County boss Governor Johnson Sakaja today finally met following their recent outbursts pointing fingers to each other over the management of the Nairobi City Matatu business. The move by DP Rigathi Gachagua to lecture Governor Sakaja over his move to remove matatus from Nairobi CBD received praise and criticism on equal measure. This led to a "cold war" between the two leaders as their political allies stood firm to defend each of them despite both being in the nascent Kenya Kwanza Alliance. Today, the Nairobi County boss has elicited mixed reactions after sharing photos whereby he was shaking hands and having a light moment with DP Rigathi Gachagua.
Taking to his Facebook page, here is what Sakaja said:
"The Kenya Police Service is an integral part of our society and our partnership is key to ensuring a city of order and dignity. Congratulations to all the Administration Police Officers who have joined the service today. May you serve our people with dignity. Joined H.E the President and Deputy President at the AP Passing out Parade in Embakasi today,"
This has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans. Here are some comments below:
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