Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja appeared before the Senate Public Accounts Committee to respond to audit queries for various financial years.
However, he declined to take an oath before the committee, questioning the law that required him to do so.
The panel reminded Sakaja of the Constitution’s provisions on the powers of Parliament and the panel to compel witnesses to produce evidence.
After some persuasion, the governor accepted and took the oath before the committee.
The committee then resumed the session and questioned him about the audit queries.