- The MCAs stormed City Hall and attempted to physically eject county Speaker out of office - The Speaker refused to be forced out, leading to confrontations with the Ward Reps - Some of the MCAs were sprayed with pepper during the commotion - The ward representatives were summoned before a disciplinary committee - The committee recommended their suspension for violating Standing Orders - The affected MCAs will forfeit right to access the House and allowances payable during that period Nairobi County Assembly has adopted a recommendation to suspend four members over gross misconduct for 31 days.
JamboPay is set to stay longer at City Hall even after the expiry of their contract in April this year.
Counties City Hall to rely on JamboPay for longer even after contract expiry JamboPay is set to stay longer at City Hall even after the expiry of their contract in April this year.
When hell broke loose at City Hall and calls for embattled Speaker Beatrice Elachi to quit hit a crescendo, four MCAs stole the limelight.
News Chaos at City Hall as power goes off City Hall, the seat of Nairobi’s county government, was Wednesday thrown into confusion after striking workers switched off electricity and refused to collect revenue as the employees’ go-slow entered its second week.
- Boniface Murage was charged at a Nairobi court and handed a non-custodial sentence - Many Kenyans and leaders offered to help him following his sad story - Governor Mike Sonko announced the casual labourer had been offered a job at City Hall Bonface Murage can now afford a smile after securing a job at the Nairobi county government as a casual labourer.
City Hall is yet again on the spot for awarding a firm a Sh278 million two-year contract for garbage collection in the city centre to a company with no experience in waste management.
The pilot would have affected Moi Avenue, Harambee Avenue, Taifa Road, City Hall, Mama Ngina Street, Kenyatta Avenue, University Way, and Haile Selassie.
- Boniface Murage stole the limelight after he tried to smuggle his child from hospital to avoid paying a huge bill - He was charged at a Nairobi court and handed a non-custodial sentence of three months - Many Kenyans and leaders offered to help him following his sad story - Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko announced the casual labourer had been offered a job at City Hall Fortune continues to follow the daring man who attempted to smuggle his one-month old baby out of the Kenyatta National Hospital as Nairobi governor Mike Sonko has also chimed to permanently change the his life.
The Israel delegation led by Good Deeds Global CEO Kaynan Rabino revealed this after paying Sonko a courtesy call at City Hall on December 2018.