Governor Sakaja Comes To The Aid Of A Street Kid

Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has made headlines this week after coming to the aid of a street kid and promising to take him to school.

The young teenager named Ibrahim Ali, caught the attention of Sakaja who was on a tour of the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) with several county leaders.

“This young man touched my heart. While inspecting works in the CBD, he walked up to me and said he wants to go to school. He’s been living in the streets for months after being abandoned. He has now found a family and will go to school,” Sakaja shared via Twitter.

Sakaja went on to express his confidence in the young man and is confident that Ibrahim will indeed have a bright future.

Meanwhile, the Nairobi Governor has hit the streets of Nairobi as he intends to rollout out his plans to improve infrastructure throughout the CBD.

The Nairobi Governor has also been put to work following the recent surge in insecurity throughout the county.

Several cases involving theft and assault have prompted a meeting between Governor Sakaja and Inspector General of Police Japeth Koome on ways to curb the rise of insecurity.

He also urged parents to advise youth against crime insisting that they will meet the full force of the law.