The ongoing tension in the country have been much hotter and alarming more so for the presidency race.It can be traced that few days ago,the general elections were conducted in tht country which is a constitutional requirements.
Today from the latest report,the newly elected Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja has kicked out Kenya Revenue Authority from revenue collection.He added that in order for the city to be governed,it needs to be divided in south, north, central,west,east.
It is now high time the Kenyan people to ensure that they maintain peace and unity throughout the country so as to avoid the incidences of war or violence in the country more so ahead of the supreme court hearing of Azimio's Petition challenging Ruto's victory.
Johnson Sakaja can be traced to be much determined to lead the Nairobi city despite the education saga that led to more confusion in the country.Kenya only needs peace and unity to be conducive to live in.
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