Meru residents who were present at a public participation event organised at the Meru County Assembly premises in regard to the petition seeking to impeach Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza from office were heard chanting anti-Mwangaza's chants.The crowd were heard chanting that the Governor must go.
Kawira Mwangaza is having problems with members of the county assembly, MCA who have already signed a petition seeking to oust her from office.
In a motion that has already been tabled in the county assembly, Abogeta MCA Dennis Kiogora accused the governor of alleged nepotism, illegal appointments and sacking of county workers.
Kawira Mwangaza however has gone to court to block the process of impeaching her. Mwangaza has gone to Meru High Court seeking to have the Meru County Assembly which has been listed as the first respondent in the case and the County Assembly speaker who is the second respondent in the case be barred from proceeding with the matter.
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