Opposition MCAs in Nairobi City county Assembly have given Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko a seven day altimatum to appoint Deputy Governor as advised by the Supreme Court early this year failure to which they will go back to court to compell Sonko to do so.
Led by minority whip Peter Imwatok the MCAs say the county government lacks governance and that the governor should appoint a deputy to help him address woes facing the city.
On 15th March this year the supreme court gave out an advisory stating that a governor is free to nominate one person within seven days from the time vacancy of deputy governor arises then the name should be tabled in the assembly for approval for a period not more than three months.
The MCAs further raised concern over state of Nairobi county from infrastructure to environment blaming the governor over poor management .
Another bill is also looming in the assembly compelling Sonko to appoint a special directorate in charge of all development operations in the CBD.