Following accusations made against Governor Sakaja by President Ruto's party UDA, there is a political storm brewing in Nairobi County. The Kenya Kwanza governor, according to the Nairobi County Assembly members, is not include them in important county decisions.
The latest verdicts against the administration, in their view, are the result of the county boss cooperating with the opposition, claim the MCAs.
Sakaja is allegedly just consulting with the opposition, according to Antony Kiragu, the minority leader in the county parliament.
According to Antony Kiragu, "Our governor completely disregarded the government side and chose to collaborate more with the Azimio side."
The leaders also charged Sakaja with not carrying out his manifesto, which complies with the Kenya Kwanza agenda, and instead concentrating on sideshows.
Going further, the Minority leader called on Sakaja to work for all residents in Nairobi and bring on board all MCAs.
“Sakaja was elected by Nairobi people but we are here to remind him to remember which Party gave him the Governor’s seat,” Kiragu noted.
“Sakaja was chosen with the UDA flag and if he feels he cannot involve us in the issues he can go back to the field and be elected in the party he can serve,” he added.
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