Nairobi County Assembly widens Chandarana Foodplus probe
SEE ALSO :Why Sonko delayed to pick deputyIt has since acknowledged the email communication and apologised terming it insensitive but the city MCAs want more than the revocation of their licenses as directed by Governor Mike Sonko. “We want to know when the alleged discriminations against the indigenous community actually happened. And whether the orders by Sonko were effected,” said Karen MCA David Mberia. Mberia who prompted assembly to probe and act on the establishment also requested the two committees to scrutinise other enterprises linked to racial profiling and what actions the county executive wing has in store for such discriminatory establishments. Makongeni ward rep Peter Imwatok termed the issue as emotive saying’. “It is also not an issue before a court of law or headed that way but one on cancelation of licensing. We need to go deeper into this issue” Imwatok said. Deputy Speaker John Kamangu after weighing the matter directed the two committees to table probe report by beginning of September.