The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) Director-General Mohammed Badi has urged Nairobi governor Mike sonko to support him and work together in building the county.
Badi said there was no need for Sonko to fight him but they should join hands and support each other.
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The NMS boss noted that he is not out here to kill the governor’s political career and asked Sonko to cut the negative understanding.
He clearly revealed that his effort is to improve Nairobi’s infrastructure and has nothing to do with politics.
“He believes I am finishing him politically but I have no political ambitions. I have stated that before and I have told him several times,” said Badi
Badi told Sonko to appreciate what he is doing because even when he goes back to the military Tue governor will take all the credits.
He stressed out that he only wants yo accomplish what President Uhuru Kenyatta asked him to do.
”In fact, he should take advantage of what am doing by taking credit for it but he does not, he intends to fight instead,” he added.
Badi revealed that he does not respond to Sonko’s insults every time he attacks him.
“I do not entertain any insults or ay accusations that he bombards me with every week…one day he calls me a brother after a week I am supposed to go to ICC,” he said
Badi revealed that the governor is free to use the developments he has accomplished for his campaigns.
“I wish I was the governor of Nairobi, I would let you do all the work and I would take all the credit.
Badi told the interviewer that he had one focus when appointed and that was to clear the garbage mess in the county
“On that evening, best believe that from State House I immediately went to Muthurwa Market to supervise National Youth Service (NYS) trucks to collect the garbage,” Badi said.
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“Managing the city is just like management in the military,” he said.
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