The NARC Kenya party leader Hon Martha Karua who doubles up as Azimio presidential running during the August 9 general elections has told Nairobi County assembly to make laws that will not allow Hospitals and hotels in Nairobi from charging too much parking fees.
"As an Assembly, come up with a bill to prevent Nairobians from being exploited by supper markets and hotels through parking fees". Said Hon. Martha Karua NARC Kenya party leader.
The NARC Kenya party leader Hon Martha Karua further warned the County Assembly against engaging in unnecessary fight with the governor but they can always work together for the betterment of Nairobians despite their political affiliation.
"Work with together with the majority and the Minority for the betterment of Nairobians". Said Hon. Martha Karua. Do you think that Nairobi County assembly both those in Azimio La Umoja one Kenya coalition party and Kenya Kwanza can be able to work with Sakaja Johnson without Impeachment after the recent public Spat?
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