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"I Can't Leave It The Way It Was, We Must Change" Sakaja Responds After Threats Of Impeachment

The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja have recently exchanged words concerning matatu business in Nairobi county especially the Central business area. However today Hon Sakaja has responded to the threats of impeachment he's being given by a section of leaders from Mt Kenya region.

According to the video clip seen by the writer online, Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja responded that he will continue working for the people of Nairobi maintaining that long distance vehicles will still relocate to green park terminus as earlier said. However this comes after the deputy president said that he will have to talk to Hon Sakaja not to disrupt the business in Nairobi county.

At the same time Hon Sakaja has today said that someone told him that Nairobi existed the way it is before he was born thus shouldn't Interfere, on the other hand he has said that he can't leave the city the way it was and he must change it no matter what. He went on ahead to thank the first in command for supporting him in the decision despite the backlash from Gachagua's allies led by the Nyeri senator Wamatinga who threatened to impeach him if he doesn't listen to what he's being told. Watch video

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