Being a new year with fewer debates on elections or fears of post-elections violence, Kenyans are truly planning to work extra harder and reap big from their daily activities.
So far, it is believed that many Kenyans have resumed their normal daily activities after the festive season with the majority having embarked on their journeys back to the city from their rural areas.
Nairobi, the largest city in Kenya, a business center and a residential center housing more than a million Kenyans has recently been hitting the headlines since the new Governor Johnson Sakaja took over. Right from allegedly clashing with Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua over city commuters, Sakaja seems to be facing an uphill task as he plans to fulfill his promises to the city dwellers.
Taking to his timeline, Sakaja has answered back to a fan who complained of unending unfair mistreatment by the county Askaris in the city some even arrest innocent hardworking netizens and demand hefty fines before releasing them.
Responding to him, Sakaja has termed the role as not his affair and that police are under the National government.
Fan: #SakajaJohson tunashikwa tao Kila mara na makarao wa Central police station bila hata kosa, hata mtu wa kusukuma mzigo anashikwa ukiwa unajaza magari unashikwa, na wanadai 5k. Tulikosea wapi kukuchagua?
Sakaja's Response: Police is under national government.
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