Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko fell out with former County Assembly Majority Leader Abdi Guyo.
The Daily Nation of Thursday, October 10, reported that a source who spoke to its reporter disclosed that Sonko was of the opinion that Guyo sold him out to the antigraft body.
"The source claimed Sonko feels that the majority leader might have given him away to the antigraft agency, alleging that there is a video showing Guyo meeting with a senior officer from the agency," the newspaper published.
Details have also emerged that on October 4, the governor wrote to Nairobi County Assembly Speaker Beatrice Elachi and Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju, nominating another MCA to replace Guyo as majority leader.
The governor also accused the ward rep of undermining his authority and thus, making it hard to impliment the party's manifesto.
“Consequently, I am forwarding to you the name of Mark Ndung’u as the new majority leader designate. Kindly effect appropriately,” part of the letter read.
On September 27, Governor Sonko, through a full-page advertisment on The Standard, castigated Guyo and Minority Whip Peter Imwatok.
The duo then led MCAs in criticising the county boss over frequent sacking and suspensions.
During the forceful cameback of Speaker Elachi on October 9, irrate youth lashed out at the majority leader shouting “Guyo heshimu governor (respect the governor). You will know who this Nairobi belongs to.”
He was subsequently removed from office and replaced with Maringo Hamza Ward Representative Mark Ndung'u.
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