Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has started that he will withdraw all cases he had filed against the Nairobi Metropolitan Services in court.
Sonko says that he had resolved his differences with NMS boss Major General Mohamed Badi and had agreed to polish the issues he had in the MoU that he signed when handing over various functions to the National Government.
Speaking while inspecting projects in Nairobi, Sonko stated that moving forward he will be solving his differences with Badi privately.
” I moved to court because i wanted the constitution to be followed. But after yesterday’s meeting, I have resolved to withdraw all the cases for Kenyans to continue getting development,” said Sonko.
“In any case there will be a problem between Badi and I, we will solve it in the office because Badi and I are not in competition. The president can inspect projects, Badi can inspect projects and Sonko can also inspect projects,” said Sonko.
President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday brokered peace between Sonko and Badi at State House putting an end to a long public war between the two leaders.