Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition party legislator has alleged that Meru County governor is practicing a cult life after noticing two things in her house. The governor who was saved from loosing her job after she was impeached by the Meru County Assembly legislators posted her mansion on social media which attracted many reactions across the political divide. Many Kenyans reacted differently on the way the governor behaved around her husband Mr. Murega Baichu.
The Azimio legislator Hon. Robert Alai who doubles up as the Kileleshwa Member of County Assembly argued that the opulence life showed by Meru County governor Hon. Kawira Mwangaza is in form of a cult. Alai mentioned two things to back up his allegations. Alai said that the governor is not normal according to what she values.
In addition, Alai noticed the designs used on her furniture, their dresses and her behaviour around her husband and alluded that the woman is practicing a cultist life.
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