As the people waited patiently for governor Kawira's verdict today from the 11 member committee led by Bonnie Khalwale. However Kawira's spouse was doing the following during the proceedings of her in impeachment today.
According to the reliable source, Kawira's spouse Mr Murega Baichu was outside the chambers waiting patiently for his wife during the verdict. Photos have show how happy he was after the governor walked out of the senate chambers with victory. Also present were Meru deputy governor and other supporters who were carrying placards written to God be the glory.
However the governor was happy by the decision reached by the senate and has broken silence since then thanking God for the victory she has gotten today through her facebook account. On the other hand she received lectures from different senators after her reinstatement today as the requested her to work closely with the members of county assembly for the benefit of the county at large.
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