The fate of Kawira Mwangaza as the governor of Meru County now hangs on the decision to be made by the Senate after Members of the County Assembly (MCAs) unanimously voted for the motion to kick him out of office.
Meru MCAs present at the County Assembly on Wednesday approved a motion to ouster her on grounds of abuse of office.
The MCAs tabled a motion Wednesday morning and was voted for unanimously by 68 out of 69 MCAs.
The MCAs want Kawira impeached over alleged gross misconduct, the appointment of her husband to the county office and claims over the dismissal of county officers.
Governor Mwangaza failed to show up before the MCAs to defend herself. He said the motion was contempt of court after the Meru Court halted the first impeachment motion on November 30.
Justice Wamae Cherere said the process did not follow due procedure.
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