Nairobi County Assembly MCAs today stormed the Supreme Court to reclaim a parking lot they claim was grabbed by the Judiciary.
The MCAs led by speaker vowed not to move an inch warning Judiciary to keep off the area.
Speaker Ng’ondi blamed the Judiciary for not embracing the dialogue prompting members to use alternative means.
“The Nairobi County Assembly visited this property, the place was gazzetted by the first assembly under the new constitution which was headed by Speaker Ole Magelo … so from where we are this property belongs to the Nairobi County Assembly in line with constitution of Kenya.
“Sometimes back during BBI hearing the Judiciary requested the office of the clerk in a letter dated 12th April 2021 to be allowed to conduct their business here. It was not a donation to the Judiciary,” Ngo’ndi said.
Meanwhile the majority leader Peter Imwatok has advised members and staff to park on the property forthwith.
By Allan Otieno
“Our members are now advised to use this parking lot. It is our property and no one can stop us from using it. What Judiciary did was illegal and should not be encouraged in future,” he added.