Speaking recently in the Senate, Senator nominee Karen Nyamu has made suggestions that she would run for governor in the future.
Nyamu urged county residents to show respect for the first gentleman during the discussion that ensued when Meru governor Kawira Mwangaza was removed from office after being impeached.
"Use impeachment only when absolutely required. Not every disagreement you have with the governor should result in impeachment by the Senate.
Future occurrences of the first gentleman's case will be common in this nation since many of us aspire to be governors and our spouses shouldn't be treated unfairly, "said Nyamu on December 30th, a Friday.
Mwangaza was impeached by Meru MCAs because to claims of misuse of power and other things. The troubled governor was charged of using her husband, Murega Baichu, as an envoy for hustlers in Meru.
The 11-member special committee, led by senator Boni Khalwale, rejected all of the MCAs' accusations, nevertheless.
None of the accusations made against the governor were supported, according to the report Khalwale presented on the House floor.
All of the committee members, according to Khalwale, were in agreement that the county assembly members had not proven any of the 62 reasons and six charges they had brought against her.
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