Nevertheless in a move to try and convince the MCAs not to go ahead with the impeachment, Kawira has publicly apologized on live TV leaving many with some interesting reactions.
The controversial Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza on Wednesday said sorry 70 times to MCAs after the court stopped her impeachment.
Mwangaza apologised in court by saying ‘sorry’ seventy times to represent the 69 MCAs and county assembly speaker.
Kawira counted from one to 70 in a dramatic video released on Wednesday, hours after a Meru court barred the impeachment motion against her. Whenever a number was mentioned, Kawira her supporters responded by saying the word ‘sorry.’
The High Court barred the impeachment motion against Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza on Wednesday, ruling that the county lawmakers did not follow the prescribed procedures.
This interesting development has sparked serious uproar across the internet with netizens airing some varied views.
Towett... She will be forgiven but the law will impeach her.
Vincent... Her arrogance went south, she must learn how to deal and relate with everyone well.
Morgan... Shes applying a wrong approach towards her MCA she needs wisdom to be a great Leader.
Roger... Come rain or shine Kawira baichu will learn a bitter lesson from MCA's unless she fully agrees to work with elected mcas
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