Mike Sonko on the troubles over his upper hill
Mike Sonko on the troubles over his upper hill property.

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko says his Sh498.5 million Upper Hill property troubles is because of to his decision to end the deed of transfer for the county.

This comes after it emerged that the EACC is investigating the property deal between the Governor and the Kenya Railways pension scheme. I

In a statement on Tuesday, Sonko said he gained all his properties through the required legal procedures, and he termed the investigations malicious.

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“I believe that the reports and alleged probe is malicious and maybe a move to intimidate me to go slow on some political and legal decisions I have taken in the last few weeks, specifically, my position on transferring functions to the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) and refusal to assent the Supplementary Appropriations Bill," he said.

“They did the transactions from my DTB account to Co-operative Bank accounts of the Pension Scheme Trustees through an RTGS while we paid some amounts from my lawyer’s accounts. I can provide the source of the money,” he explained.

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