Governor Kawira Mwangaza has found it difficult to hold back her tears from flowing just seconds after the senate through Senator Boni Khalwale has announced that the impeachment motion against her has been declared null and void.
Kawira who was present at the senate this evening was watching the event closely together with her lawyers as Khalwale took to the podium to reveal what the report from the committee which heard the impeachment motion had availed to the house.
She was left with no choice when she heard Khalwale narrating that all the eleven committee members he was working with have spoken in one voice that allegations against her were not substantiated and proved beyond reasonable doubt.
Among some of the charges Kawira had been accused of were like nepotism, roadside appointments, giving a job to her spouse among others.
"The charges, none of them was proved or substantiated. I thank you Mr speaker," revealed Senator Boni Khalwale.
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