For the past few months, Governor Kawira Mwangaza has been at the centre of controversy after being impeached by the Meru Members of the County Assembly.
The Senatorial Committee, fortunately for the Governor, cleared her of all the charges the County Assembly had made against her.
She is currently back in Meru, where she was elected as the first female Governor in the region to oversee the county's operations.
Earlier today, Governor Kawira Mwangaza and Murega Baichu, posed for photos in their living room to ring in the new year.
This morning, Robert Alai, a representative for the Kileleshwa Ward in Nairobi County and a member of the Orange Democratic Movement party, saw something out of the ordinary about the Governor of Meru's residential quarters.
The Governor of Meru, Kawira Mwangaza, and her husband, Murega Baichu, have been accused of being members of a cult by the now-elected MCA for Kileleshwa Ward, a well-known blogger.
He says that it's because of the Governor's wife and her husband's taste in attire and the arrangement of furniture in their living room.
"Is it safe to assume they're fine? Is that typical for them? These folks belong to a cult. The Governor of Meru is a member of a cult, and it shows in her actions and priorities. Take note of the decor, the clothes she wears, and her demeanor around the husband. A cult exists here!" Robert Alai, an ODM MCA, made the statement on social media.
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