Kisii community leaders have pledged to support Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i in his fight against Nyali MP Mohammed Ali's impeachment move.
Several community MPs said they would rally their colleagues to resist the proposed motion, which they claimed was being pushed by cartels who had been upset by the CS's anti-corruption attitude and public service efficacy.
Mr Ali's proposal was regarded as dead on arrival, and the leaders warned him that they would vigorously defend the CS, whom they characterized as a "son" of the Gusii community.
The Nyali MP has been collecting signatures for an impeachment resolution alleging that the CS oversaw unlawful police killings and abused his authority.
Dr. Matiang'i, on the other hand, stayed away from the proposed motion, instead focusing on the ongoing voter registration effort. He asked young people to participate in the practice in huge numbers.
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