“Do what you promised to Nairobi Residents” Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka tells Nairobi Governor

NASA principals starting from left, ODM party leader Raila Odinga, Wiper party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka and ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi

Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has told to Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko to deliver what he promised to the city’s residents or risk being serving for only one term.

The Wiper said that the city is suffering due to huge heaps of garbage and filth that should not be seen in a city which controls 60 per cent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), saying that it is the duty of the governor to ensure the environment is clean.

“If you get it right then nobody will dethrone you in 2022 but if you don’t then NASA is coming for you in the next general election,” said Mr Musyoka.

But Deputy President William Ruto has told Sonko that the government is supporting his administration, saying that the government will work hand in hand with the county government to residents of Nairobi will get what they deserve, adding that they are committed to ensuring Nairobi changes for the better.


“We will stand by the county government led by Sonko to ensure that we have proper mechanisms of garbage collection, improve infrastructure and tackle perennial water problems,” said the Deputy President.

On his part, the Nairobi Governor has steered clear of politics but said that his administration will deliver its commitments to citizens of Nairobi by starting with garbage collection, roads renovating, tackling water problems and other pressing issues in the city.

The City Hall boss hailed the Iftar dinner as a symbol of unity between Muslims and non-Muslims stressing that the country needs to be united, saying that the contribution by the Muslim community to the county and the country at large cannot be disputed.

“Muslims have done Kenya proud during the holy month of Ramadan by praying for the peace and tranquility the country needs to prosper. For this reason, my government is proud to be associated with it,” said Sonko.

He promised to hold the Islamic celebration every year at City Hall, saying that despite our differences in religion, political affiliations and even colour, we are all equal before God.