Meru governor Kawira Mwangaza fate will be determined by the Senate committee led by Bungoma senator Boni Kahlwale. After the two day hearing of both parties, it is reported that, the eleven special member committee has retreated to Windsor Hotel in Kiambu County to write its report on its determination of the proposed impeachment of Mwangaza. The team will still have to report to the House on the same, senators are barred from taking any other decision on the matter.
If the governor will be found guilty of the six cases or one of the six cases then, the eleven member committee will bring a motion back to senate for voting to determine Kawira's fate.
The six case given weight in Kawira's impeachment according to a post shared by Thestar news includes,
1. Employment of her husband Murega Baichu, as hustler ambassador in Meru, the roadside appointment of staff to work in the Okolea Programme, and the roadside award of a tender to a contractor to build a perimeter wall in a market in Nkubu.
2. violations of the PFM Act when she ordered Meru Referral Hospital to spend money at source.
3. ignoring established structures in the county government and instead creating her own parallel structures.
4. The employment of county fire fighters agencies.
5. The church question.
6. Upstaging the County Secretary, who is recognised by law as the executor of most of the county’s decisions.
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