The incident witnessed in Juja Constituency on Tuesday evening, 18th May 2021, when goons stormed the Constituency tallying Centre has sparked reactions from various leaders and stake holders.
Gatundu South Constituency Member of parliament Hon Moses Kuria has now delivered bad news to the Governor after the Tuesday incident.
After meeting several MCAs from Kiambu County for a series of discussions, the DP Ruto ally has revealed plans by the MCAs to impeach Governor Nyoro after storming the tallying centre on Tuesday.
More trouble now brewing for Governor Nyoro after Kuria said that despite the DPP taking up the matter after directives by IEBC, the MCAs will also make concurrent moves to impeach him.
"We have held several discussions with Kiambu MCAs regarding the criminal conduct of Governor James Nyoro. As the DPP takes up the matter following the directions of the IEBC, the MCAs will concurrently move to impeach Dr Nyoro," Moses Kuria said.
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