Nairobi County Governor Johnstone Sakaja today through his verified Facebook account he has shared out pictures showing him together with Azimio MCA's. Sakaja wrote as follows " Great discussions with MCA's from Azimio. We will continue to work closely together for the great people of Nairobi". Here is a Facebook link with full evidence showing pictures of Sakaja together with Azimio MCA's.
Furthermore, Kenyan's have reacted to Sakaja Facebook post thus resulting to mixed reactions.
For instance a netizen by the name Aida said as follows "Kindly open the country Assembly lets make Nairobi work, everywhere else speakers have already been elected but Nairobi". Boniface said as follows "The best decision ever. Please be the uniting factor of all elected leaders in Nairobi county with no regards to parties". Lastly a netizen by the name Njoroge said as follows "It has gone. Just like that next we shall hear a press conference has been called to remind them they signed a MOU which they can't withdraw from unless they follow due procedure".
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