Robert Alai is one of the most influential and popular leader in Nairobi County. He is the current Member of County Assembly of Kileleshwa. He is a strong ally of former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. He has said that they will resist if governor of Nairobi Johnson Sakaja plans to close night clubs over noise pollution. Robert Alai has posted the following message in his official twitter account. "The governor shouldn't do this. This is an illegality purchased from the streets. We will resist."
The Nairobi County politics seems to be heating up. Today five of governor Johnson Sakaja appointees has been rejected. This also comes after UDA party Members of the County Assembly of Nairobi accused Governor Sakaja for working with Azimio La Umoja MCAs. Recently, the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua urged governor Sakaja to slow down in ejecting matatus at CBD. The political temperature in Nairobi County is rising than anticipated.
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