Senator Johnson Sakaja had earlier claimed that if he becomes Nairobi Governor he would stop the operations of the NMS in Nairobi so that he can be able to do the works they are doing through his office.
Professor Ambrose Weda has replied him by advising him to change his political tactics ahead of the August 9 general elections.
"To my brother Johnson Sakaja: please note that NMS is very popular with the Nairobians. They have done good. Change tactics. Iwinjo"? Professor Ambrose Weda wrote.
Do you think that Senator Johnson Sakaja will beat Polycarp Igathe in the Nairobi Gubernatorial race come August 9? It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if he will win or not.
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