In public, however, the first time county chief has been painting an image of a defiant leader who cannot be shaken by the impeachment attempts.
But one of the MCAs has revealed that Mwangaza has been silently reaching out to them, in a bid to reach an agreement that can save her from ejection.
He told The Daily Nation that his colleagues have, however, rejected Mwangaza's pleas, and have opted to push on with the plans to remove her from office.
The ward rep told the paper that not even the Wednesday High Court ruling against their initial impeachment motion against her can stop them.
“The governor has been trying to reach out for a truce but the differences we have with the her are irreconcilable therefore we have no room for dialogue. The court ruling has guided us on how to better undertake the impeachment process. We are undeterred,” the leader is quoted.
But in public, the county chief has been daring the MCAs to bring it on and impeach her, adding that she will not give in to their pressure.
In October, she termed the impeachment plans "hot air", maintaining that she has done nothing wrong and will come out of it all untouched.
“This is hot air. They can pass the motion and take it to the Senate but I am ready to defend myself because I have done nothing wrong. Whatever they are doing will work in my favour,” she said.
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