SAKAJA raids MILLICENT OMANGA's business in Nairobi after she refused to support his UDA chairmanship in Nairobi

Thursday, June 6, 2024 - Former Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga has accused Nairobi County Governor Johnson Sakaja of sending goons to raid her business after she refused to support him for the UDA Nairobi chairmanship.

Taking to her social media platforms, Omanga shared snippets of the incident, claiming that the county boss sent 56 city askaris to raid her business and arrest her workers.

"Governor Sakaja Johnson has sent a busload of over forty county askaris to my business premises to arrest me and my staff simply because I'm not supporting him for the Nairobi County UDA chairperson," Omanga wrote on X.

In the snippets shared by Mama Miradi, she could be heard speaking behind the camera, claiming that Sakaja had sent 56 county officers to arrest her.

"A whole bus of 56 people just to come and arrest me was sent by Sakaja," Omanga said.

However, the driver of the vehicle and the occupants remained calm and unbothered as she went around filming them.

Sakaja is running for the UDA Nairobi branch chairperson position in polls coming up on Friday after the earlier polls on May 31 were canceled after chaos ensued.

The county boss is running against Embakasi North MP James Gakuya, who is being supported by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.


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