Jubilee Party leadership at the Nairobi County Assembly has disowned former Governor Mike Sonko over claims that the team was involved in planning chaos during the 2017 polls.

Led by the Assembly majority leader Abdi Guyo, the leaders have denounced Sonko’s actions saying that he did not act on behalf of the party.

“Let it go on record that Sonko was acting on his own behalf and not on behalf of Jubilee and for political expediency and because he has already incriminated himself, then he needs to be charged on his own account,” said Guyo.

Guyo was speaking on behalf of MCAs who were concerned by Sonko’s utterances stating that alongside Interior PS Karanja Kibicho planned violence and blamed it on the ODM party.

They noted that if Sonko is unchecked, his utterances could have far-reaching consequences ahead of the 2022 general elections.

“We are convinced that Sonko incriminated himself by making the utterances on Sunday and as such he should be charged for the atrocities he committed to the people of Nairobi,” they said.

Guyo, who doubles as Matopeni ward MCA, dared Sonko to make public the names of those he claims are part of the deep state, at the same time warning him against linking Jubilee Party to the deep state.

The outspoken MCA also called on the Directorate of Criminal investigations (DCI) to expedite the matter noting that it was an issue of great interest to the people of Nairobi and the country at large.