The former NCBDA boss fled to the Norfolk Towers where he stayed for hours.
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At the gate, the mob, which was hitherto idling on motorcycles, punched and kicked the former NCBDA boss, forcing him to run for cover at the Norfolk Towers where he spent hours.They also pushed and forced him to sit in a puddle of dirty water along the road pavement.
"Even as we demand that the governor play his part in making Nairobi better, let us bear in mind that Nairobiwhich was the ultimate theatre of the dreadful political pandemonium of 2017 politicswas literally ungovernable until the beginning of 2018."He suggests that solutions can be found if the city's professionals work together with the county government."A deliberate and widespread campaign aimed at enhancing vigilance by residents themselves as a deterrent to crime be launched and supported by among others, the National Police, NCBDA and the County Government of Nairobi," Mr Muriuki had written.
suggests that solutions can be found if the city's professionals work together with the governor and streamline the service delivery of utilities such as garbage collection, within the city."A deliberate and widespread campaign aimed at enhancing vigilance by residents themselves, as a deterrent to crime, be launched and supported by among others, the police, NCBDA
and the County Government," Mr Muriuki added.
Four of the five men who were being sought by police for attacking former NCBDA
chairman Timothy Muruiki were arrested on Tuesday.
EALA MP Simon Mbugua and two others have been arrested over links to the hired goons who attacked former NCBDA
chairman Timothy Muruiki
chairman Timothy Muriuki has said he will pursue justice after a gang, suspected to be hired goons, on Monday disrupted his press conference.
Mbunge la mwananchi on Tuesday defended governor Mike Sonko saying the goons who assaulted NCBDA
chairman Timothy Muriuki at a City hotel on Monday were not working for the governor.
Through private public partnership,the Nairobi Central Business District Association(NCBDA
) were allocated various public toilets to either renovate or built a fresh and they would manage them.