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Governor Mwangaza of Meru County is the latest casualty to be impeached after Sonko and Waititu

Governor Kawira Mwangaza

Once elected to a high position, you only live one day at a time not knowing what will come your way the following day.

Governor Kawira Mwangaza of Meru County assumed power on August 2022, and she could be leaving the office after three months in charge.

Meru County Governor Kawira Mwangaza is on the receiving end after 67 Members of the County Assembly voted to impeach her.


Two MCAs were not present during the whole process that took place on December 14, 2022.

Mwangaza has been accused of nepotism, misleading campaigns, and illegal appointments ever since she assumed power.

The ousted governor isn't done yet as she will have to appear before the Senate for the last shot.


The Senate will either approve the impeachment or dismiss it.

Former Nairobi County Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko was impeached in 2020 by both the MCAs and the Senate.

Sonko was accused of misuse of office, crimes against the law, and gross violation of the Kenyan constitution.


Life has never been the same for the former Nairobi County boss as he tried to vie for the Mombasa Gubernatorial seat under the Wiper Party during the August 2022 general elections but he didn't succeed.

Sonko was handed the Wiper ticket despite being unfit to run for office after his impeachment two years ago.

Former Kiambu County Governor Ferdinand Waititu became the first-ever governor to be impeached in Kenya after both the Senate and the County Assembly voted in unison for his removal from office.


Waititu was facing three charges which are the abuse of office, crime under the law, and gross violation of the constitution.

During his impeachment, 63 MCAs voted confidently to kick him out of the high-end office.


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