The ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, EACC has responded to Meru county's first gentleman and governor Kawira Mwangazas's husband Murega Baichu after he alleged that he was thrown out of Meru county's official residence.
In a statement released to newsrooms, the EACC has accused Bishop Murega Baichu of tarnishing its name insisting that the commission does not indulge in his private life.
The EACC further insisted that the letter that was delivered to governor Kawira Mwangaza did not address anything to do with where Baichu Murega resides but it focused on matters of conflict of interest, nepotism, and abuse of power.
EACC urged the general public to ignore the allegations that were raised by Murega Baichu because they are meant to trivialize and politicize the commission.
This comes after Murega Baichu while addressing the media alleged that he has been barred from using Meru county vehicles as well as living in the official residence because he is not a government official.
He further described his situation as Gender Based Violence because of the tribulations he is facing in Meru county.
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