by TCD TEAM.
RETURN TO SENDER :Angry Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has disputed his Kisumu counterpart Anyang’ Nyong’o’s plans to ‘export’ demonstrators to the capital on Thursday to cause Mayhem in capital city.
In a statement on Wednesday, Sakaja said Nairobi has already borne the brunt of Azimio’s mass protests the past two Mondays and is not prepared for another round of demonstrations going forward.
Nairobi County is the home of Kenya’s commercial and administrative capital, Nairobi City.
A global diplomatic hub.
My administration is working round the clock to enable the City County serve not just Nairobi but the people of Kenya in realising their aspirations, which is why we’re obliged to protect lives and livelihoods.
The Governor of Kisumu’s idea that he can export his demonstrations to Nairobi and make our County the capital of demonstrations and associated mayhem is preposterous and totally unacceptable.
Nairobi County has already hosted two of these demonstrations. We’ve borne the cost of the disruption so far: Nairobians have patiently put up with the disruption, and their taxes have paid for its aftermath. in the spirit of devolution, I would advice the Governor of Kisumu, Prof Anyang
Nyong’o’, to keep his demonstrations to his County.
it has been decided that further protests and demonstrations shall similarly no longer take place in any part of the city. Let’s Make Nairobi Work.
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