Cease Anti-Corruption war, Governor Waititu tells Uhuru and Sonko


Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu has when again hit at President Uhuru Kenyatta and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko in excess of the ongoing war towards corruption.

Talking through a radio breakfast show on Milele FM on Tuesday, Waititu explained the President and Sonko need to go sluggish on suspected corrupt officers in their governments and allow for them to protect by themselves.

“Baba Yao” as he he’s famously recognized also reiterated during the exhibit that house owners of buildings on riparian lands in the city should really be supplied a probability to divert rivers and help save their buildings from demolition.

“Private builders must be allowed to divert rivers to save their properties from demolition. The 30 meters absent from rivers Law was started by Michuki 10 many years in the past, so let us not use the new law to punish personal developers”, stated Waititu for the duration of the breakfast display hosted by Mwakideu and Jalas.

On Monday Waititu caused an uproar in the social media soon after a Video emerged of him contacting for diversion of rivers in Nairobi to spare properties on riparian land.

Waititu further denied in the course of the demonstrate that he’s a private developer of properties on riparian land in Nairobi.

The Kiambu Governor owns numerous properties in Eastlands location including a petrol station which has been earmarked for demolition.

On Sunday President Uhuru Kenyatta said he’s prepared to get rid of buddies who’re opposed to the renewed war in opposition to corruption and impunity which includes the demolition of unlawful buildings.

The ongoing demolitions in Nairobi are led by Governor Sonko and Tourism CS Najib Balala beneath a Governmen multi agency group in the Nairobi regeneration strategy.


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