Johnson Sakaja Maintains Plan to Remove Matatus from CBD Is IrreversiblePosted by On

  • Governor Johnson Sakaja has been at loggerheads with a section of top leaders over his plan to remove matatus from the CBD
  • Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua is among leaders opposed to the plan
  • However, Sakaja has maintained the plan will be executed despite the resistance

Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has told off his critics opposing his plans to restore sanity in the city.

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Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja. Photo: John Papanoo/
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Sakaja who has been at loggerheads with Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua over a plan to remove matatus from the CBD to Green Park terminus said he will not turn back.

Speaking on Thursday, January 5, at City Hall during the handing over of the health task force report, the county boss said he will not allow critics to distract and derailed his transformative agenda.

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“Change is inevitable, and I want to tell those against it that they must be willing to see these changes, no turning back,” Sakaja said.

The first-time governor laughed off claims by his political nemeses that he found Nairobi in place and should leave it as is.

The governor noted things have changed and the Kenyan capital must be upgraded to a world class city.

“Yes it’s true I was born in this city, and that’s why am the governor, and we can’t leave with old ways of doing…

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