Meru County Governor Kawira Mwangaza has today met the Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture and Livestock Development, Hon Mithika Linturi.
Through her official social media platform Kawira Mwangaza shared a photo of him with the Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture and Livestock Development, Hon Mithika Linturi. Alongside the photos, Governor Kawira Mwangaza captioned, Meru must be happy.
"Meru must be happy", Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza noted.
As we all know today is the D-day when the Senate will be hearing the charges against Governor Kawira Mwangaza as it was filed by the County Assembly of Meru.
69 out of 67 Members of the County Assembly of Meru voted YES to the Impeachment Motion debate thus rendering Governor Kawira Mwangaza impeached.
This afternoon everyone is eyeing at the Senate special sitting that intends to determine the fate of Meru County Governor Kawira Mwangaza. Kawira Mwangaza was impeached because of abuse of office claims.
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