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Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza has is in the mud after Members of the County Assembly vows to boycott her administration and her administrative functions.
The MCAs accused her of giving them a deaf hear and being disrespectful. Earlier on the Governor was expected to give an address and officially open the county assembly to its functions on wednesday in the afternoon.Photo: courtesy
While on their official duties on tuesday afternoon, the MCAs suspended the assembly business to discuss their relationship with the county boss. They went ahead to sing and chant ' bado mapambano' song led by speaker Ayub Bundi just before addressing the media.
While giving his address, Speaker Ayub said that MCAs made a decision to boycott house duties and the governor after their plea to meet the governor failed.
The MCAs accused the governor of not picking their calls and on return they were not ready to listen to the governor.
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