As Johnson Sakaja's problems worsen after only a few months in office, several Mount Kenya leaders have vowed to start the impeachment process for the Nairobi governor.
The first Nairobi governor has been having cold war with the second in command, the Deputy President Hon. Rigathi Gachagua. Few days ago the Deputy President was heard warning Mr. Sakaja from harassing the Kikuyu businessmen a situation that made the governor to rudely reply back.
Sakaja was heard being chastised by Nyeri Senator Wahome Wamatangi for allegedly disrespecting Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua in a video tape accessed by news reporters.
Wamatangi claimed that Central Kenyan leaders would oust the first-term governor from office if he did not show deference to the deputy president.
"Sakaja needs to use caution when addressing the deputy president because he is not his age mate. Since we are aware of his highly dubious academic records, the senator pledged to impeach him if he continued to disrespect our leader," Wahome remarked.
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