Members of the Nairobi county Assembly who are affliated to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, have given Nairobi county governor Johnson Sakaja One Month To Review Appointments to his Cabinet.
Speaking to a local media house, Minority Leader Anthony Kiragu said they will give their next course of action in one month should the governor fail to remove those affliated to Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party from his Cabinet.
Kiragu Warns of a possible stern action against governor whom they have accused of employing those who did not contribute to his win.
The minority leader further argued that the county cannot be managed with public relations gimmics accusing Sakaja of taking long create the county government.
His sentiments were echoed by Minority Chief Whip Mark Ronaldo Mugambi who argued that all Sakaja's appointments should reflect the goodwill of the United Democratic Alliance party. He asked the governor to apologise to the party leadership for appointing Azimio allied individuals to government.
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