Former Nairobi County Speaker Beatrice Elachi has exposed who runs the County behind the scenes as she leaks more details on embezzlement of public funds.
Speaking on a live morning show at Citizen TV, Elachi claimed that although NMS leader Major Badi is a good person, he is surrounded by bad people who hinder him from successfully delivering to the residents of Nairobi.
She claimed that the City is ran externally by a few business people who all hail from one religion. She explained that these cartels manipulate the leadership of the County to suit their own gains affirming that they are the ones who run the City behind the scenes.
The Ex-Speaker went ahead and leaked on how public funds are looted in the County. She gave an instance on how the Members of the County Assembly once went to discuss on the County's pending bills in Turkey using taxpayers money.
Elachi claimed that her advice to the County fell in deaf years and she couldn't take it anymore and that is why she decided to quit. She also disclosed that she os in the process of compiling a book about the governance of the City County.
You can watch the clip here.
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