In Summary
  • Mr Njagi's company, Southern Connection, is tussling over branding rights at the park with Leacom Ltd.

  • Last week, Mr Lenku visited the park and accused Mr Njagi of hiring youths to vandalise county property.

  • Njagi now accuses the governor of maligning his reputation by portraying him as a criminal.

The controversy over the ownership of branding rights at the Kitengela Bus Park deepened with an ODM politician accusing Kajiado Governor Joseph ole Lenku of unjustly using position to influence who gets the contract.

Mr Bob Njagi, who claims to own the branding rights for the park, alleged that Governor Lenku has been misadvised and now wants to kick his company out of the business simply because he (Njagi) is in the opposition.

Mr Njagi, who had vied for the Kajiado East parliamentary seat and lost at the nomination stage, is ODM's deputy director of elections.

TUSSLE

Mr Njagi's company, Southern Connection, is tussling over branding rights at the park with Leacom Ltd.

The tender is said to be worth Sh20 million.

Last week, Mr Lenku visited the park and accused Mr Njagi of hiring youths to vandalise county property.

He called for Mr Njagi to be arrested and taken to court.

GOVERNOR MISADVISED

Speaking to Nation in Kitengela, Mr Njagi accused the governor of taking sides in the trade dispute.

"With all due respect to the governor, he is being misadvised on this issue," said Mr Njagi.

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