A section of Meru County Residents on Monday, 28 November 2022 took to the streets to celebrate move by their members of County Assembly to initiate Motion of Impeachment against their governor Kawira Mwangaza.
The Residents endorsed the move as they celebrate an indication that they are already tired of the governor whom they overwhelmingly voted for in the August polls despite being an independent candidate.
Kawira and the members of County assembly have been at loggerheads since the beginning of her term. The lawmakers have accused her of nepotism and arrogance.
The members of the county assembly overwhelmingly Endorsed the motion to impeach her with only one rejecting.
Should Kawira be impeached, she will be the first one to face the wrath of the ward representives this term. She has however moved to Court to block the motion even as she continues serving the Meru Residents who voted for her.
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