Days after MP Jack Wamboka of the Bumula Constituency declared that he would soon bring an impeachment resolution against Vice President Rigathi Gachagua before the National Assembly, his Kikuyu counterpart Kimani Ichung'wah today issued a similar warning to all state officials.
All civil officials have been given the go-ahead by Kikuyu MPs to begin the process of being fired if they fail to represent the interests of Kenyan citizens.
He declared, "We [House of Representatives members] are prepared to act to eliminate civil workers who do not serve the public interest."
Kimani urged all Cabinet Secretaries and other state officers to make sure they are working for the people of Kenya without fail, or risk getting kicked out.
His words come a few days after the Bumula MP in Bungoma County threatened to impeach Gachagua after he accused him of being a tribalistic leader. It all started when Gachagua warned Senator Johnson Sakaja that 'disturbing' Kikuyu business people in Nairobi by kicking out their matatus from the CBD was a no-go-zone for him as the governor.
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