Hon. Mbula Mutula has reacted through her official facebook page in response to Kenya Kwanza MCAs threats to Impeach Governor Sakaja Johnson.
Sakaja Johnson has been facing criticism and treats of Impeachment from Kenya Kwanza MCAs Over claims that he made some appointments without consulting them.
"My question on this is do they have numbers to impeach Governor Sakaja? The threats are many". Said Hon. Mbula Mutula.
Do you think that the Kenya Kwanza MCAs can Impeach Governor Sakaja Johnson despite not having the majority of the county members Assembly?
A section of Kenyans are saying that governor Sakaja Johnson is being targeted by Cartels who feel that he stands a chance to replace president William Ruto in the next ten years.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if the Kenya Kwanza MCAs will continue with their threats to Impeach him or not.
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