Deposed Nairobi County majority leader Abdi Guyo has come out to expose alleged rot at City Hall just moments after he was ejected from the seat.
Speaking to Citizen TV’s Vincent Ateya in the radio station’s Morning show, Guyo said he would soon be tabling criminal evidence at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).
In a sensational claim, Guyo said Governor Sonko had reduced himself to the face of corruption at the county, thereby compromising the welfare of the electorate.
The Matopeni/ Spring Valley MCA said Sonko was blackmailing property developers with demolition notices to get kick-backs.
He would further narrate an alleged instance where he says Governor Sonko received up to Ksh15 million bribe in his presence.
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Governor Sonko has been in and out of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) offices with a pile-up of alleged corruption cases.
During his last visit to EACC, chaos erupted after Sonko came to the EACC headquarters with a host of bodaboda operators.
The Governor has decried the treatment from the commission, saying he reads malice on why he was being ‘singled out.’
Guyo, suspected to be the force behind the on-and-off fracas at City Hall, was removed from the majority leader position by the Jubilee Party on Tuesday, November 12.
This happened after Guyo made allegations that Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko was behind his woes.
Governor Sonko has been on the fore-front to bring back speaker Elachi to City Hall after staying out of office for more than a year.