Official Statement from H.E Governor Mike Sonko regarding the Resignation of Nairobi County Assembly Speaker, Hon. Beatrice Elachi Ladies and Gentlemen, Fellow Nairobians, Good morning! I have learned of the resignation of Nairobi County Assembly Speaker Hon. Beatrice Elachi with shock and dismay. This move wouldn’t have come at a worse time. Our county is […]
BREAKING: Nairobi County Assembly SPEAKER Beatrice Elachi RESIGS, Uhuru may dissolve the county, Sonko in TROUBLE?
Nairobi County Assembly speaker Hon Beatrice Elachi has resigned, she announced her resignation today Tuesday morning saying she feared for life. Her deputy John Kamangu takes over in acting capacity. Hon Kamangu is a Member of the County Assembly representing Ruai ward. In a televised statement, Elachi read out her resignation letter which was addressed […]
Governor Rasanga must fire rogue Health CECM Dorothy Owino with immediate effect.
Incompetency in public institutions cannot be defined any better than the unprecedented levels that have been set by the half-baked and ignorant Siaya County Executive Member for Health Dorothy Owino. That the county’s Health department was making headlines for the wrong reasons over shallow and uninformed levels of preparedness on the Covid-19 pandemic was not […]
Governor Sonko defends himself on significant corruption concerns
By Mike Sonko. Earlier today during Radio Maisha breakfast show interview. I won’t relent on the fight against impunity and land grabbing in Nairobi despite the resistance by those involved in murky deals and illegal acquisition of property. After investing heavily in Roads and Health sectors in the last two years, the Nairobi county government […]
Council of governors proposes constitutional change in the executive
The Council of Governors on Thursday, September 19, released their own bespoke demands that they stated needed to be incorporated in the constitutional amendment discussion. CoG revealed that they would only support the constitutional change if it considered and included its demands. In several statements on their Twitter handle, the COG stated that the demands […]
Breaking: Muranga county rejects Punguza mzigo bill
The county assembly of Muranga has unanimously rejected Ekuro Aukot’s led Punguza mzigo referendum bill. The bill has so far only been accepted in Uasin Gishu assembly. Siaya,Kirinyaga and Muranga have so far made it in the list of counties that have rejected the Thirdway alliance proposal.
Sonko ranked 3rd BEST PERFORMING Governor in latest survey
Governor Mike Sonko has been ranked among the top three performing county bosses in the latest survey conducted by All Africa Advisors(AAA) a London-based, multi-disciplinary advisory firm. Sonko ranked third after Machako’s Alfred Mutua and Kakamega’s Wycliffe Oparanya who came first and third respectively. The ranking which focused on the imoact of devolution since its […]
Gov. Oparanya led CoG is the weakest of all time, cowards- Hon. Murkomen
Senate Majority Leader, Kipchumba Murkomen, has accused Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya and the entire Council of Governors (CoG) for being a let-down to the Division of Revenue Bill, 2019. Speaking to K24‘s Anne Kiguta, the vocal Elgeyo Marakwet Senator admitted that the leadership of the counties was the “weakest he had ever seen” since the […]
“No cash was returned to treasury”, Governor Kinyanjui tells senator Kihika
Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has dismissed claims that his administration returned a huge sum of unused money to the National Treasury in the last financial year. Speaking on Thursday during a media breakfast, the county boss lashed out at those spearheading the narrative. According to Kinyanjui, his administration did not return the funds but rather […]
Ekiru Aukot wins big as Court clears”Punguza mzigo” bill
The Human Rights and Constitutional Division of the High Court in Nairobi, on Tuesday, lifted an order barring county assemblies from debating lawyer Ekuru Aukot’s Punguza Mizigo Bill. Justice John Mativo lifted the restraining order issued on July 25, after a petitioner, Timothy Odhiambo, moved to court to stop the consideration of the Bill by […]
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