Probe on Embattled Meru County governor Kawira Mwangaza's Impeachment has today entered day two and the final one with the senate committee expected to give its verdict upon completion of the sitting and probing.
Harrison Gitonga, chief of staffs in the office of embattled governor Kawira Mwangaza while testifying before the senate committee probing her impeachment. Photo/Courtesy.
The governor continued to defend herself against the allegations made against her by the Meru members of the county Assembly.
One of the allegations that were made was nepotism and illegal appointments where she was accused of employing her sister and husband to the government.
On the alleged appointment of her husband to the government, Harrison Gitonga, the Governor's chief of staffs, denied the reports stating that Murega Baichu has never been an employee of the county government or a member of the staffs who are under his office.
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