• Johnson Sakaja will be sworn-in as Nairobi's 4th governor.
• He won the seat against his Jubilee rival Polycarp Igathe
Johnson Sakaja has arrived at KICC for his swearing-In ceremony as the new Nairobi Governor.
Sakaja arrived in the company of his three kids, two sons and a daughter.
Like always Sakaja looked dapper in a blue suit and a white shirt.
The event, which began at 9:00 am, saw guests seated as they got entertained by the Nairobi city county choir at KICC.
Opening prayers then followed as the Master of ceremony led the programe.
Justice Roselyne Aburili and assisted by magistrate Caroline Kabucho will administer the oath of office to Sakaja and his deputy, Njoroge Muchiri.
In addition to this, the judge will also administer the signing of the integrity document to the duo.
Sakaja at this point can choose to give his speech or not, including the guests.
Sakaja who was vying on a United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party ticket defeated his main rival Polycarp Igathe of the Jubilee party who got 573,518 votes declared Nairobi County Returning Officer, Albert Gogo, who later the certificate.
The governor’s race had attracted nine candidates, however, it was narrowed down to a two-horse race between Sakaja and Igathe.
Sakaja will now succeed Ann Kananu to become Nairobi's fourth governor.