- City MPs unhappy with Sonko, say staff work in fear The Star, Kenya
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Nairobi MPs have expressed disappointment and concern over Governor Mike Sonko’s administration style.Babu Owino of Embakasi East yesterday said the Nairobi government has hardworking staff, but they work in fear. “There cannot be proper delivery if the county officials are always in a panic mode and are worried of being randomly sacked or suspended,” he said.
It seems Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko touched a live wire when he linked former Education executive member Janet Ouko to the loss of millions of shillings meant for bursaries. A mole has whispered to Corridors that the flamboyant governor is in panic after Ouko threatened to expose him in the media.
Ex-Nairobi education executive tells Sonko every position has terms and conditions, it’s not a favour.
National Lands Commission Chairman Mohamed Swazuri has revealed that 20 acres of Mama Ngina Drive in Mombasa have been grabbed leaving only six acres
Embattled Land Commission boss Swazuri says 20 of the 26 acre-land in the hands of grabbers.