Sonko feels shortchanged, wants to revisit the Deed of Transfer of functions to National Government deal

Mike Sonko

Embattled Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko says he is going to revisit the Deed of Transfer deal, where some functions of the Nairobi County government were transferred to the national government.

This comes after Kenya Police officers vandalised disinfection booths which were erected around CBD and various city estates by the Sonko Rescue Team.

”I am saddened by the vandalism that occurred earlier today supervised by the Kibra Deputy County Commissioner allegedly with instructions from the Nairobi Regional Coordinator who also confirmed the removal of the new public sanitization booth installed at the Kibra DCC’s offices,” Sonko said.

The vandalism, he says has been done by enemies of people of Nairobi and he specifically singled out Interior PS Karanja Kibicho and Regiona Commissioner Wilson Njenga, who he said are behind the vandalism.

”May those who’ve suspended our daily fumigation of estates & slums, distribution of food, masks & sanitizers burn in hell-fire including P.S @Karanjakibicho & R.C Wilson Njega who’ve behaved like the brood of vipers which were condemned to hell in the book of Mathew 23:33,” he added.

City Hall in February surrendered county health services, transport, planning and development and public works and utilities to the State. The four services will now be delivered by the national government under the guidance of Cabinet Secretary for Devolution Eugene Wamalwa.

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