Meru MCAs now say that they are ready to negotiate with the embattled Governor Kawira Mwangaza to establish unity between the executive and the county assembly.
The MCAs spoke ahead of a planned joint meeting to be chaired by deputy president Rigathi Gachagua. The Majority Whip Jim Muchui said they are following a directive issued by the second-in-command to settle the squabbles within the county assembly to allow service delivery to Meru residents.
Kawira who is the first female Meru governor Mwangaza survived an impeachment motion brought against her against her by the MCAs. The Senate 11-member committee said none of the charges was proved. The MCAs had accused Mwangaza of nepotism, illegal appointments, unlawful dismissals, incitement, bullying, vilification, misconduct relating to the nomination of County Executive Committee Members, and violation of public finance management laws.