Gatundu south member of parliament Moses Kuria has claimed he held talks with Kiambu MCA's regarding the criminal conduct of Governor James Nyoro after which the MCAs agreed to concurrently move to impeach Nyoro.
" We have held several discussions with Kiambu MCAs regarding the criminal conduct of Governor James Nyoro. As the DPP takes up the matter following the direction of the IEBC , the MCAs will concurrently move to impeach Dr Nyoro." Moses Kuria
Governor Nyoro was accused of interfering with the elections and causing chaos during the vote-counting process which was held yesterday May 18th night. The disruptions led the IEBC officials to suspend the counting until today.
IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati said that he will write to the DPP Noordin Haji to prosecute the Governor and his team for disturbing the vote-counting process.
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