Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has continued to recieve a backlash over his attacks on Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja, over plans to relocate matatus from Nairobi CBD. Photo courtesy.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has continued to recieve a backlash over his remarks which he made yesterday, asking Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja to stop his plans to remove the Public Service Vehicles from the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD).
Kileleshwa Ward Member of County Assembly Robert Alai, is the latest person to react to Gachagua's remarks and warning to Governor Sakaja. Where he has asked the second in command to stop his threats to Governor Sakaja, since he cannot dictate to the Governor which cartels to please in his efforts to restore order int the capital city.
Alai termed the DP's remarks as uncouth, uncultured and mannerless because there is no way he can try to dictate to an elected Governor how to lead the county. So he should just style up and let the Governor perform his duties since he is the Governor of everybody in Nairobi and he was elected by the people not Gachagua.
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