In Nairobi, the rule of closing the night clubs is something that has remained so controversial. So far so good, Nairobi governor Johnstone Sakaja doesn't want to loosen the rules governing the operation of the night clubs despite the effort of various politicians trying to intervene on the matter.
Nairobi Governor Johnstone Sakaja has expressed his dissatisfaction with the current operation in Mama Lucy Hospital. Photo:Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by the renowned politician, it has been revealed that the Hospital seems not to be able to handle or rather accommodate the number of patients.
1. Machakos This county is led by Hon wavi Nyandeti. She is serving her first term as their governor of Machakos. The built offices which is known as white house because it resembles the White House of America. In this county there is construction of a technological city by the name Konza.
Nairobi County under the leadership of Johnstone Sakaja is grappling with cases of employees who are earning an average amount of money but rich in millions who which cannot be accounted for. This has been the case for two County employees who are currently under investigation by the ethics and anti-corruption commission.
The "front cover" of the county is the county's headquarters. Kenya's shrewd governors have made significant investments in opulent offices. This is so because these county executives are aware of the procedure. Well-built county offices can provide a clear indication of the county's performance to a non-native in that county.
Just a few hours after attending Kenya's national holiday at Uhuru Gardens, deputy president Gachaguq is currently in Machakos County for official duty. Several opposition and current government politicians will be present at the event, which is being hosted by Kenya Kwanza. Machakos County Governor Wavinya Ndeti, who said that he is prepared to cooperate with the government to ensure that her County receives the necessary services from the government, led the procession that greeted the deputy president to the area.
Many of you know that the Nairobi boss Mr. Johnstone Sakaja has never slept on work and ever since he got the position, he has been implementing different laws, some which were received well by Nairobi residents but others brought controversies. Among the laws that were not received well by residents is the closure of night clubs and apparently, many said that they get wages by working at night.
Nairobi governor Johnstone Sakaja his counterpart from kiambu were part of the delegation that received President William Ruto who has already landed in Nairobi to oversee the second phase of a massive project that is expected to be beneficial to thousands of informal settlers. Ruto having been warmly received in the area by the locals who were excited following his recent move to ensure that every Kenyan gets a decent house even as he takes over the wheels of power to Spearhead the nation towards the next face.
There has been a list of four governors going around and according to the sources that were spreading the news, they listed Sakaja, Kihika, Waiguru and Orengo as the governors who were contesting for the leader of the council of governors . The meeting is supposed to be held next week in four days event at a hotel in Mombasa and Rigathi Gachagua had been given the task of chairing that event.
Nairobi governor Johnstone Sakaja has received controversial opinions from different people ever since he started enacting laws that would govern the activities and people of Nairobi. One law that was not received well was the closure of night clubs. Apparently, many people work at night the same way some work during daytime.For clubs, we have bartenders, DJs, waiters among other people and all of them have sacrificed their sleep so that they can give food and best life to their family members.
Sakaja Adopts A Street Boy Who Walked To Him And Begged Him For Sponsorship After Family Dumped Him.
Nairobi county is a home to many street children who either lost parents or were abandoned by their parents since they could not afford. Apparently, today the Nairobi governor Mr. Johnstone Sakaja has decided to demonstrate to his fans and Kenyans in general that humanity still exists. Sakaja posted on his Facebook page and revealed that he was walking in Nairobi CBD while doing his daily supervision.
Nairobi governor Johnstone Sakaja has received controversial opinions from different people ever since he started enacting laws that would govern the activities and people of Nairobi. One law that was not received well was the closure of night clubs. Apparently, many people work at night the same way some work during daytime.
Johnstone Sakaja became the fourth governor of Nairobi after defeating his closest rival, Policap Igathe, in this year's general election. Since then, he has gone to make major decisions for the capital city of Kenya that have seen him make headlines in Kenyan newspapers. Recently, Sakaja had a tell-all interview with the Royal Media Group where he talked about various issues facing his governance amongst other hot topics.He also slightly highlighted his woes during the campaign period and his current relationship with Uhuru Kenyatta.
Good morning and welcome back to my daily news updates around the World as they arrive in from trusted sources. As the row between Nairobi Governor Johnstone Sakaja and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua continues,Matatu Owners Association called for the introduction of a cashless system in Nairobi City transport as Gachagua and Sakaja tussled over matatu phase out.
After attending a prestigious event at the state house and a groundbreaking event in Machakos, both of which were also attended by the area governor Wavinya Ndeti, today appears to be a busy day for President William Ruto, whom has landed at railways in Nairobi CBD for yet another event just a few hours after attending both of those events.
Nairobi has been in shambles but with governor Johnstone Sakaja, we all can be assured about positive progress. It all started with cleanliness and he ordered that anyone seen dumping dirt in the central business district should be brought to him and the fine will be shared between the reporter and the government.
Nairobi Governor Johnstone Sakaja has now revealed his conversion with a street kid who approached him in the capital while inspecting works. Photo courtesy: Governor Sakaja as he walked with a street kid In a Facebook post, the third Governor of Nairobi has said that the young man, Ibrahim Ali touched his heart after he asked him to take him back to school.
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".
Embakasi MP Babu Owino, nominated MP Sabina Chege were among Azimio leaders who attended a meeting which was hosted and chaired by Nairobi County Governor Johnstone Sakaja. Here is a Facebook link with full evidence showing pictures of Sabina Chege, Babu Owino and Johnstone Sakaja during a meeting.
Kakamega County Senator Boni Khalwale has again caused stir online. This comes after he shared a Facebook post about Nairobi Governor Johnstone Sakaja. Khalwale wrote as follows "If Governor @SakajaJohnson was to make getting rid of uncollected garbage that litters the streets & estates in Nairobi his priority, he would automatically be 55% reelected".