In response to rumors that a new impeachment motion is imminent, Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza begged President William Ruto to step in and resolve her conflict with county MCAs.
Governor Mwangaza urged the President to mediate peace in Meru while he was there with other Embu officials at an interdenominational prayer conference on Sunday at Embu University.
“The Bible says that blessed are the peace-makers for they shall be called children of God…I pray that the President is inspired by God to broker peace in Meru County,” Ms Mwangaza said.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua said the President would soon call a meeting of all Meru leaders to resolve the differences.
“Meru is a very important county to us and we wouldn’t want feuds to stall development. We are glad that leaders in Embu and Tharaka Nithi are working as a team,” Mr Gachagua said
Meru County MCAs are plotting to reintroduce an impeachment motion in the county assembly this week after the High Court stopped debate on a previous motion