NMS Boss Storms Cartel Land Site in Military Gear- They "Cry Militarization" Of Nairobi...

#41
You cleary have comprehension issues..... the general was given permission the day he was appointed and learn to see beyond your nose the generals appointment was tactical move to redeem his bosses legacy.
Uhuru has and will never care about legacy he only wants to make more money. Mtajidanganya mpaka lini
 

Randy

Village Sponsor
#42
Uhuru has and will never care about legacy he only wants to make more money. Mtajidanganya mpaka lini
For him to make more money he has to make sure people will not come after him once he is out of office..... and ending his tenor of good/high note is one of the ways..... I guarantee he didn't no wake up and decide to choose a general it was planned .
 

Blckrogue

Village Elder
#43
I'm waiting to see Nani alikuwa Ana develop. You can find pengine si cartel. So person amepatiwa fake title na ardhi house bila kujua. And now he's been forced off the land instead of Ardhi House being questioned on why there's duplicate title.

Not saying this is the case but I'd like to know the who is doing this and circumstances.
 
#45
For him to make more money he has to make sure people will not come after him once he is out of office..... and ending his tenor of good/high note is one of the ways..... I guarantee he didn't no wake up and decide to choose a general it was planned .
People will always come for him and others because they haves stolen. That is why he is stealing and hiding money away from us. He is rewarding military leaders so that they can protect him when people are fed up. If he wanted to improve Nairobi he would have hired someone with the credentials of running a city.
 

Mangele

Village Elder
#46
Nairobi County governor Mike Sonko has claimed that he was not in his right senses when he signed over key county functions to President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Sonko signed a deed of transfer on March 18 in the presence of Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa, Senate speaker Ken Lusaka and the president.

He surrendered health, transport, planning and public works to the national government.

Interacting with his Facebook followers on Thursday, the besieged county boss said that at the time of signing over the functions, he was intoxicated.

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According to him, State House operatives offered him alcohol hence he was confused when he gave up the four key functions.

“I was not sober. Hawa watu wa State House waliconfuse na pombe kwanza (The people at State House confused me with alcohol first) by the time I was meeting the President for the signing I was just seeing zigzag,” he said.

But he went ahead and signed the deed of transfer out of the respect he has for the head of state.

“…and also both of us meant well for you the Great people of Nairobi,” he added.

He also sounded a warning to Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) boss Mohamed Badi who he has on numerous occasions accused of intimidation.

“…huyu jeshi akiendelea (this military man) by not complying with the law then they better impeach me just like Waititu but I will not entertain his intimidation anymore.

“He’s forgetting this is just a contract and it can be terminated at any stage…”

In June, a court ruled in favour of the governor terming the deed of transfer “vague and unconstitutional”.

Judge Hellen Wasilwa of the Employment and Labor Relations Court ruled that the deal signed was not approved by the County Assembly, hence, making it unlawful.

She gave the government 90 days to rectify the illegality failure by establishing NMS by law and the instrument of its verification made.
 

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