Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua on Thursday, 12th January 2023, held a high profile meeting with Meru County Governor Kawira Mwangaza days after she survived impeachment.
The meeting discussed various issues raised by all the teams in the county and the need to foster peace and a conducive work environment for service delivery in the county.
In his remarks after the meeting, DP Rigathi revealed that in his meeting with Governor Mwangaza, they agreed on a framework to bring all the leaders together for peace and harmony in the county.
"We have agreed on a framework to bring all the leaders together for peace and harmony in the county. God bless the great County of Meru," Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua said.
The meeting between DP Rigathi and Governor Mwangaza came a few days after she survived impeachment by the Meru MCAs.
Earlier, DP Rigathi met MPs and the Senator, Hon. Kathuri Murungi, who is also the deputy speaker of the senate, followed with a sitting with Members of the County Assembly.
DP Rigathi moved in a bid to bring peace and conducive environment in Meru after being instructed by President William Ruto to reach out to the leadership of the County of Meru, which, over the past months, has experienced leadership wrangles among the elected leaders.
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