A number of Nairobi MPs have condemned the leadership of Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko saying that it is plagued with corruption and mismanagement.
The MPs led by Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja the leaders claim that the current chaos at the Nairobi County Assembly as a result of the poor leadership from Sonko.
Sakaja claims that Sonko has failed to account for the billions allocated to Nairobi county by the National government.
“The people are being treated to all manner of shadow boxing, dramatization “vipindire” in the name of fighting cartels. Nairobians are demanding accountability of the billions of shillings that have been allocated to Nairobi annually,” said Sakaja.
“Mwananchi on the ground who is not getting water will blame the MP but they do not know that money has been allocated, more than 15 billion to deal with this issue,” said Sakaja.
Sakaja further asked Sonko to stop blaming former governor Evans Kidero for the rot in Nairobi County saying that he has had time to form his government and clean the house.
Dagoretti North MP Simba Arati also asked Sonko to stop pretending that he is fighting cartels while he is the biggest cartel plaguing Nairobi.
“We want to tell the Governor Of Nairobi to stop what we call Vipindire, we cannot just sit and watch Nairobi people continue facing the problem of garbage and employment,” said Arati.
Arati and Sakaja were flanked with with Dagoretti South MP John Kiarie, Mathare MP Antony Oluoch, Kibra MP Imran Okoth, Lang’ata MP Nixon Korir and Embakasi North MP James Mwangi Gakuya.