The news reaching our desk is that the deputy president of the Republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua might soon be facing an Impeachment. She member of parliament for Bumula Wamboka Wanami has threatened to table a motion to discuss his conduct and later impeach him out of office.
He has accused him of being a tribal chauvinist who wants all the remaining appointments to be made to one community. He was keen to note that he has only been advocating for the rights of his community yet he is the deputy president of the Republic of Kenya. He was keen to highlight that Rigathi Gachagua has been threatening people left and centre with the aim of intimidating them not to make independent decisions.
Impeachment is a process that requires a very weighty political support from the two major coalations in the country. Please leave your thoughts in our comments section below.
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