Meru Governor, Kawira Mwangaza, has been facing a hard time just a few months after she was elected to office. The Governor has been accused of arrogance and also nepotism after she appointed her family members to county positions. Kawira is said to be running the affairs of the county alongside her husband, Murega Baichu.
Last week, majority of MCAs voted to impeach the governor with only one MCA opposing the move. The MCAs cited gross misconduct and incompetence as the main reasons to impeaching the governor.
However, the Governor has today (Wednesday 30th) received a sigh of relief after the court stopped the county assembly from proceeding with the impeachment process.
A few moments after the court stopped her impeachment process, the Meru Governor went ahead to hold a meeting with the county assembly members led by the speaker and MCAs.
In what now appears to be a dramatic apology, the governor lifted up her two hands and pleaded for forgiveness from the county members where she said sorry for seventy times.
Kawira did this while surrounded by the MCAs, and every time she uttered the word sorry, the county lawmakers counted to make sure that she reached 70 times as agreed.
Afterwards the Governor agreed to work with the MCAs and all the stakeholders in the county government so that the people of Meru county can benefit.
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