The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua held a five hour discussion with all elected members of the National Assembly and the Senate from Meru County in attempt to understand what is ailing the great County of Meru. After the meeting Rigathi Gachagua holds that things are now in order, he went ahead to say in swahili 'mbele iko Sawa na Mlima iko imara'.
"This evening, I have held a five hour discussion with all elected members of the National Assembly and the Senate from Meru County in attempt to understand what is ailing our great County of Meru. Mbele iko Sawa na Mlima iko imara", Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua stated.
This comes after the Governor of Meru County Kawira Mwangaza was just about to be impeached when the Senate saved her after finding out that the impeachment case was substantial.
The County Assembly of Meru County had tabled an impeachment motion to the Senate after the 67 MCAs voted in favour of the impeachment.
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