Governor Kawira Mwangaza claimed that ward representatives had been pushing for her impeachment due to the fact that she is a woman. The governor continued by saying that she has been adamant about the accountability of public resources.
The governor claimed that in an effort to placate the lawmakers, she gave up a lot of ground, including failing to convince her husband Murega Baichu to stay away from public gatherings.
The "ridiculous" demands, according to Ms. Mwangaza, include Mr. Murega's removal of his trademark fedora from public appearances and shaving of his beard.
At first, they claimed that my husband was the issue. For two weeks, he even stopped coming with me to public events. When he wasn't even wearing it, they then claimed it was his hat, according to Governor Mwangaza.
"Women encounter many difficulties. Some people will need some time to get used to the idea that a woman is leading this fantastic county," she predicted.
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