Just four months after August general elections wrangles have knocked Meru county administration following endless conflict against Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza and the MCAs with allegations that the governor has violated the Constitution and practiced nepotism in recruitment of county workers.
Account to motion tabled before the county assembly seeking impeachment of Governor, Kawira is said to have reduced county departments from nine to three after the county assembly failed to approve some of her cabinet appointees.
The assembly further argues that the governor appointed her husband Murega Baichu to her executive as the patron of Meru Youth Service (MYS) without approval of county assembly.
Kawira is also said to have employed some of her relatives again county public boards regulations as well as carrying out road side appointments as well as arrogance in handling county affairs.
Kawira on her sides has accused MCAs of greed branding them "Cartels" who are dealing to embezzle County funds.
Impeachment motion against the governor is set to kick of on Wednesday this week although there is a filed suit against her impeachment.
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