Good morning Kenyans.
We are nearing the end of another week that has entertained us with the twists in politics amidst the fight against Coronavirus.
For those on their way to work, do carry something warm as the weather man has been pin point accurate with his latest updates.
Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko for a second week running is back on the spotlight.
He is back with yet one of his many surprises that he keeps coming up with.
The governor on Wednesday declared that he has had a change of heart over surrendering Nairobi to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Like the many times he has been caught in a fix, Sonko yet again has found someone or rather some people to blame for his misfortunes.
According to the County boss, Uhuru’s men are frustrating him in his efforts to run the city.
The vocal leader claimed the likes of Interior PS Karanja Kibicho are causing him sleepless nights.
The controversial politician alleged that Kibicho had a hand in the vandalism and destruction of his sanitization booths.
An angry Sonko now wants full control of the capital given back to him.
The embattled politician proclaims he was duped and even higher cartels were now not giving him peace.
This brings about the big question, Who advises Sonko on matters politics?
Here are the news making headlines:
Water Ministry Reclaims 2,700 acres of Land Allegedly Grabbed by Ruto, Jirongo in Ruai
The Ministry of Water and Sanitation has reclaimed 2,700 acres of sewerage land allegedly grabbed by Deputy President William Ruto and former Lugari MP Cyrus Jirongo in Ruai, Nairobi county.
Why Govenor Joho Risks 6 Months in Jail
Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho risks going to jail for six months after his application seeking to set aside a court’s ruling, which cited him and an MCA for contempt, was dismissed.
Nairobi County MCAs Did Not Debate Takeover
I think there are scenarios that can necessitate either party to the deed to seek the intervention of a court.
ODM Leader Faila Odinga was handed Ksh 72 million by the government which led to a public uproar. Kenyans pondered why Raila should be allocated money at a time the country was facing the Coronavirus pandemic. According to the law, the veteran politician is given money as he was once the Prime Minister of the country. The question on everyone’s mind is, was it necessary?