Fred Matiang'i is one of the most hard-working leader in President Uhuru Kenyatta's government. For that reason, it was a big surprise after some Member of Parliament especially those allied to Deputy President William Ruto signed a petition to impeach him with Nyali MP Mohammed Ali being the master minder of the whole thing.
Although that was the case, that move seem to have backfired after a twist of events. According to legislator Ben Momanyi, those legislators who had signed the petition to impeach Matiang'i have had a change of mind and withdrew their signatures. Momanyi went on to tell off the master minder of the petition to shun those plans because Matiang'i will not be going anywhere.
"The impeachment motion against CS Matiang'i has FLOPPED. Thank you colleagues for withdrawing your signatures. Blackmail and witch-hunt unacceptable. Let's focus on service delivery. I urge my brother @MohaJichoPevu to shun those plans. Let's stay focused." Tweeted Ben Momanyi.
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