Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has today shared nice moments with Meru governor Kawira Mwangaza. This was after having a chat with the Meru member of parliament and Senators.
According to the information he has shared online on social media, he was sent by President William Ruto to intervene and bring peace to the Meru government officials after putting their governor Kawira Mwangaza on an impeachment motion which she narrowly escaped.
"Earlier today, I had a fruitful engagement with Gov. Kawira Mwangaza. We discussed various issues raised by all the team in the county and the need to foster peace and a conducive work environment for service delivery in the county," he posted.
This was after alleging that he was on a mission that was assigned to him by his boss President Willian Ruto.
"In a bid to bring peace and a conducive environment in Meru, H.E President William Ruto instructed me to reach out to the leadership of Meru, which, over the past months, has experienced leadership wrangles among the elected leaders," he added.
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