Juja by elections was one of its kind. In the beginning, all went well but as the day went by, disruptions began. Gatundu South member of parliament honourable Moses Kuria had a rough time dealing with Kiambu governor honourable James Nyoro. This was after the preliminary results showed that Kuria's candidate had taken an early lead.
At some point at night, IEBC had to suspend voter tallying after governor Nyoro came with policemen and some people had to be roughed out. However in the morning, the counting resumed.
However, for Moses Kuria, it has not ended there, he has taken another step. According to him, they have held several discussions with Kiambu MCAs regarding the criminal conduct of Governor James Nyoro. As the DPP takes up the matter following the directions of the IEBC, the MCAs will concurrently move to impeach Dr Nyoro.
It should be remembered that Nyoro took over from Waititu who was impeached. Nyoro was the deputy governor by then and Waitutitu's impeachment called for him to take over as stated in the constitution.
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