- Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko claims that the County is broke and that's why he has to ask for funds from the National Treasury.
- Sonko has not been able to pay County workers who are threatening to down their tools.
Nairobi residents now question what happened to all the millions of shillings their Governor Sonko claimed to be collecting after he got into office.
This comes after the Governor wrote to the National treasury asking for Sh 3.3 billion to pay salaries. Sonko claimed that the county is broke hence the need to borrow County workers who have gone unpaid and are now threatening to down their tools.
Kenyans took to share their views on this, some quoting the huge revenues that Sonko’s office claimed to collect immediately after getting into office while others voiced their worries for the County under his five-year long-term. Others simply found a chance to have a laugh.
Here are some from Twitter;
He got what he wanted,now let him deal with it,He thoughtmanaging a county is about chest thumping n criticism.October 23, 2017
Sonko was allegedly collecting thrice revenue than Kidero what has happened now the collection ama ndio Jubilee wanatumia kucampaign— Jackson Arunga (@JacksonArunga) October 23, 2017
Hahahah.l knew this will happenOctober 23, 2017
I thought the revenue being collected is now 'more'— Eva Nyatichi (@Nyatichi) October 23, 2017
As a spectator in the terraces, it's always easier to shout.— vitalis opondo (@vitopondo) October 23, 2017
Sonko can not speak English without the written speech... How can can he manage financial transactions... Nairobi in shit— Jason Eyangan (@jason_eyangan) October 23, 2017
He was the one sabotaging kidero— Ras Dantez (@Alweshy) October 23, 2017
New increase in collections? What happened?— vero (@verkvision) October 23, 2017
Where is these failing millions collections the town is over flooded by hawkers no where to pass is this the city— Don Sabwa (@donsabwa) October 23, 2017
Afro cinema lol! Jubilee thugs in action welcome to kenya!????????????????— mkenya damu (@ClaireSally) October 23, 2017
tuna taka pesa hiyo ni yako— Joseph higwa (@SafgitsHigwa) October 23, 2017
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