Former Kamkunji Member of Parliament has denied claims that he has taken over the running of city hall and is threatening MCAs.
In a statement to newsrooms Mbugua says his movement with Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has nothing to do with county’s leadership describing the move by the county assembly to discuss him as ill-advised.
Mbugua who was appointed by Jubilee Party to represent Kenyans at EALA has been severally at city hall corridors at some time attend Sonkos’ cabinet meetings.
“The few MCAs who have ganged up to mislead the media and the public about my extent of the involvement in county affairs should focus more on matters that develop the county and stop the side-shows,” said Mbugua in a statement.
“I urge the elected leaders of our capital city to serve the public diligently and stop deviating from what matters which is development of the county. I thank Governor Sonko for his continued effort to improve service in Nairobi despite the many challenges he is facing. I wish to remind the MCAs that fighting well-meaning leaders is not the reason Nairobians elected them,” he further said.
Meanwhile governor Sonko is expected to give his response on role Simon Mbugua to the asssembly by end of business tomorrow .