– Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has taken a swipe at Nairobi Deputy Governor, Polycarp Igathe following his resignation
– Mutahi claimes Igathe should have build a common interest with his boss rather than seek Sonko's trust
– Polycarp Igathe resigned as the Deputy Governor of Nairobi county on Friday, January 12 citing frustrations by governor Sonko
Controversial Kenyan political activist Mutahi Ngunyi is back, this time taking issue with the Nairobi Deputy Governor Polycarp Igathe.
Ngunyi noted that the deputy governor who tendered his resignation on Friday, January 12 citing frustrations by his boss should have played by the rule of politics where common interest is the denominator of politics
In a tweet seen by TUKO.co.ke, Ngunyi claimed Polycarp should not have asked for Sonko's trust citing he is a thief.
The controversial analyst added that Polycarp should not have worked with Sonko on trust basis claiming trust is meant for girls and boys who are in a relationship.
"The Currency of POLITICS is Not TRUST. It is common INTERESTS. Trust is for GIRLS, if you are a BOY. Polycarp should not have asked for Sonko's TRUST. Sonko is NOT a Girl. He is a TH*G."
Igathe became the first deputy governor to leave office barely four months after being elected alongside Sonko on a Jubilee ticket
In an earlier report by TUKO.co.ke, Igathe said that he had failed to win Sonko's trust to run administration and management of the county government.
Just months ago, reports emerged that Igathe had bitterly fallen out with Sonko, forcing the Governor to post their private phone conversations on his Facebook page to dispel the rumours.
While the Kenyan constitution clearly stipulates that a deputy governor can take over the position of the governor for the remainder of the time should the vacancy arise,the same cannot not apply with a vacant deputy governor position as the Constitution is mum on it.
Nairobi County Governor Mike Sonko will have to serve the reminder of his term without his deputy following the resignation of Nairobi deputy governor Polycarp Igathe.
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