As the populace nervously awaited today's decision from the 11-member committee headed by Bonnie Khalwale, governor Kawira. However, as Kawira's impeachment hearing was taking place today, her spouse was engaging in the following activities.
The dependable source states that Kawira's spouse, Mr. Murega Baichu, stood outside the chambers during the verdict waiting patiently for his wife. Photos of him after the governor triumphantly left the senate chambers reveal how ecstatic he was. The deputy governor of Meru was also there, along with other supporters holding signs that read, "To God be the glory."
The governor, who was pleased with the senate's decision, has recently broken her quiet and thanked God for the win on her behalf via her Facebook page. On the other hand, she faced criticism from various senators after being reinstated today after they urged her to collaborate closely with the county assembly members for the good of the entire county.
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