City politicians Mwago, Mwenje, Ndolo, laud Nairobi Speaker Ngondi’s election
City politicians have lauded Ken Ngondi following his election as Nairobi County Assembly Speaker.
Led by Starehe lawmaker Amos Mwago and his Embakasi West counterpart Mark Mwenje, the two have backed Ngondi to help in steering legislation that will help transform the capital.
Ngondi, a former Member of the County Assembly, easily defeated Hassan Robow to win the election.
“I assure you of my support and that of the people of Starehe and Nairobi,” said Mwago.
Mwenje added: “I take this opportunity to congratulate Ngondi and wish you well as you take over the leadership of the house. Having been a former deputy speaker, I know you have what it takes to propel the Assembly to great heights.”
Former Makadara MP veteran politician Reuben Ndolo said also praised Ngondi wishing him well in his new role.
“My congratulations to Nairobi county assembly speaker Ken Ngondi for being elected the Speaker. Your proven leadership and wisdom will help in leading the assembly to deliver to the people of Nairobi,” the former lawmaker said.
Ngondi replaces Benson Mutura who was disqualified from contesting in the Assembly that is mainly dominated by Azimio lawmakers.
Mihango MCA Paul Kados was elected in opposed to the position of deputy speaker.