Former Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi, has launched a scathing attack the County boss Honourable Kawira Mwangaza over claims she has captured the Judiciary.
In a statement by Citizen TV, Murungi's Bus Party, through its Secretary General Mugambi Imanyara, said that they had received reports that Mwangaza was saying that the impeachment motion filed against her won't succeed since she allegedly has the Judiciary's backing.
According to Murungi, the Governor should not intimidate the MCAs with threats of bribing the Judiciary since that is against the rule of law and that it could lead to a terrible disaster to the people of Meru.
"The party has received information that the Governor is bragging that the MCAs who she contemptuously called foxes will never impeach her because she has the Judiciary on her side. Bus Party condemns in the strongest possible terms the judicialization of the Governors political impunity," read the statement.
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