Kiambu county governor Wamatangi is off the hook after MCAs finally reveal what happened after they issued threats of impeachment recently accusing the governor of not listening to them and also complaining of bursary issuance process.
According to the reliable source from people daily, the governor and the MCAs have reached into an agreement after a lengthy meeting at the county government headquarters where both parties agreed to work together for the sake of the people of Kiambu. He also aligned that they discussed a number of issues around and agreed that the executive and assembly have a vital role to play in tackling matters affecting the county.
"We have discussed a number of issues and agreed that the Executive and Assembly have a vital role to play in tackling matters affecting the county. There is no fight between us." He said.
However this comes after the MCAs threatened to impeach the governor for mismanaging the county and also not giving a chance to participate in the bursary allocation in their wards alleging that the governor had already chose committee without their knowledge.
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