Nairobi County Senator Johnson Sakaja have caused an uproar after he was captioned accompanying some United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party members who were out to inspect an unfinished stadium project Dandora.
The details of their visit were shared by the Jubilee Party nominated Senator Millicent Omanga who used her official Facebook timeline to upload photos of their day activities. The inspection was also attended Nakuru County Senator Hon Susan Kihika and the members of the Senate labour committee which oversees labour relations in the Senate.
"Together with Nairobi County Government officials and Members of Senate Labour committee we visited DANDORA Stadium to check on it's progress. Currently it is 65% done but we are determined to ensure it is complete before the end of this financial year,"
Senator Sakaja has been one of the leaders who have remained firm in the Jubilee party. On the other hand, senator Omanga have already switched his allegiance to the deputy president and his political ambitions.
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