Meru Governor kawira Mwangaza emotional as the senate announces the outcome of the impeachment petition filed against her.
Kawira Mwangaza has survived impeachment after all a long battle with Meru MCAs.
Boni Khalwale-led special senate committee has ruled that none of the 62 allegations by the Meru Members of the County Assembly against her.
The Members of County Assembly of Meru filed a petition seeking her impeachment as governor of Meru. They accused the governor for gross misconduct and abuse of office. Although all the accusations were not valid and the senate reinstated her as the governor of Meru.
The governor was congratulated by several leaders asking her to be loyal and work for Meru people without any intimidation since she has survived the first tough battle that could have costed her all the energy used to win the gubernatoral seat in Meru County.
Kawira Mwangaza has also been advised to change her style of leadership. Otherwise, the drama in Meru County might continue for the next 5 years
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