This follows a petition by Senator Johnson Sakaja, who wants the Land and Environment Committee to establish the circumstances that led to the demolitions.
Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja has cleared the hospital bill of Emmanuel Omala who was shot seven times during the DusitD2 terror attack.
MCAs in Nairobi have criticised Senator Johnson Sakaja over his remarks that the county government is not properly constituted.
Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja on Monday cleared a Sh85,000 medical bill for DusitD2 terror attack survivor Emmanuel Omala.
- Sakaja said he would settle the KSh 100,000 owed to Kenyatta Hospital by Emmanuel Omalla - Omalla is one of the 28 DusitD2 terror attack victims who sustained injuries during the assault - He was admitted at KNH with seven bullet wounds on his stomach, back and foot - The government had promised to settle the hospital bills for the victims but that did not happen Nairobi senator Johnston Sakaja has promised to clear medical bills for a DustiD2 attack victim who was detained for 10 days at Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) owing to huge bills after the government failed to keep its promise.
Where do they get money to budget for millions for entertainment if they cannot pay little monies to nurses?” Chairperson of the Senate Labour committee Johnston Sakaja, posed.
Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja has said the appointment of a Deputy Governor in Nairobi is long overdue.
It was chaired by Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja.
ADVERTISEMENT The Senators led by Committee Chairman Johnson Sakaja (Nairobi) questioned the motive behind the governors’ club frustrating health services across some 22 counties which experienced paralysis in public health facilities after nurses downed their tools on Monday and Tuesday.
The decision was reached after a meeting between the ministry, Senator Johnson Sakaja, Nairobi County officials and hawkers’ representatives.