Nairobi regional Commissioner Tells Off Starehe Mp Jaguar Over Mwariro Market
Nairobi regional Commissioner Charles Njenga has now warned Starehe member of parliament Charles Njagua Kanyi alias Jaguar against misleading members of the public on the issue of allocation of stalls at Mwariro Market.
Njenga says the market is a national government project that was funded by World Bank adding that as we speak there is a committee that is doing allocation according to a stated framework.
According to Njenga no politician has that role apart from the said committee.
‘‘We want to warn Starehe member of the parliament to stop the incitement and misleading the public. We have ensured that the committee considers those who were first removed from the same place, Ziwani residents where the market is located will also get 30% …members of the public need to be warned against those collecting money that they would help them get market stalls.’’ Njenga said.
Meanwhile the government has also started construction of Gikomba market with traders affected in the recent fire tragedy warned against reconstruction of stalls.
A section of traders at Gikomba market are counting more loses days after their stalls were razed down by a huge inferno.
In a series of tweets shared by Starehe member of parliament Charles Njagua Kanyi, the traders arrived at the market on Saturday morning only to find their stalls had been demolished.
On Friday traders in Ngara area took to the streets to protest the allocation of Mwariro market stalls.