The country is still experiencing a political fever as result of the 3 by-elections which were held at different parts of the country yesterday.
The ODM party clinched the Bonchari parliamentary seat through their candidate Paul Oimweke while UDA's Francis Muraya was elected as the next MCA to represent Rurii ward in Nyandarua county.
Hitherto, the winner in for the Juja parliamentary seat is yet to be declared as the tallying of the votes is still ongoing. This is as a result of yesterday's drama in which Kiambu governor James Nyoro interrupted the tallying after storming the tallying center in the company of some alleged goons. Nyoro's drama forced the IEBC to call-off the tallying but fortunately the process has resumed today.
In the midst of this saga, Gatundu South Moses Kuria has sent a bold message on what awaits Nyoro. Through social media, Kuria has revealed that he has already met with Kiambu MCAs who have agreed to impeach Nyoro due to his uncouthly conduct.
"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 directions of the IEBC, the MCAs will concurrently move to impeach Dr Nyoro," penned Kuria.
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