A conspicuous and persuasive lawmaker in the country of Kenya is Johnson Sakaja. Perhaps of the most notable individual in the country, he is right now the area legislative leader of Nairobi.
President William Ruto considers Sakaja as a part of his nearby partners. Reports that Sakaja has been called under the steady gaze of the great court have begun to surface tonight.
Equity Hedwig Ong'undi has called Sakaja and asked him to give a defense for what reason he resisted the court's structure by forestalling the matatus from getting to the CBD, as per a report in the Star News.
The picking stations were moved to the Greenpark end by Sakaja. The choice made by Sakaja affected the matatus from the western, Nyanza, and Break Valley locales.
"Johnson Sakaja, the legislative leader of Nairobi, has been called to the testimony box to give a guard concerning why he dismissed the court's structure coordinating Matatus to the Greenpark End." reports guaranteed.
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