Meru governor Kawira Mwangaza appoints her husband, Murega Baichu as Meru Hustlers Ambassador and Patron Meru Youth Service.
Meru County governor Kawira Mwangaza is yet again on the spot following her latest move where she appointed her husband to a plum job in the county. In a press statement, governor Kawira appointed her husband as Meru Hustlers Ambassadors and Patron of Meru Youth Service.
The governor has been on headlines following her actions in the county where she's accused to be using her position to award her husband. In the first instance, Hon Mwangaza was accused to have paid her husband a whooping Ksh 2 million following his performance during her swearing in. The governor however refuted the claims and said that her husband was not paid even a penny.
Just the other day, Mwangaza's husband was captured on camera in a meeting with other county official where his wife governor Mwangaza was presiding. This is despite him not holding any position within the county.
In today's action where governor Mwangaza appointed her to such plum position, tye residents and other Kenyans have taken to social media to say that the governor is actually promoting nepotism within the county where she's appointing her close relatives to county jobs.
Below are some reactions;
"I never thought she would make it, to be sincere we shot ourselves on the foot. Didn't vote her, to imagine I will carry that shame for five yrs is not something to be taken lightly. Meru we've become a laughing stock, we almost got everything right except this one." Ntiks reacted.
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