Health CS Sicily Kariuki survives impeachment

After KNH saga Sicily Kariuki survives impeachment

National Assembly Majority leader Aden Duale stated that the legislators had agreed to withdraw the matter in order to solve the impending issues internally.

Mr. Duale added that they were other serious issues to deal with in the country hence the withdrawal of the impeachment motion.

The motion to impeach Ms. Kariuki was filed by Mandera North MP Bashir Abdullahi on Wednesday after a petition signed by over 100 MPs.

The lawmakers accused the Health CS of nepotism, arrogance, misuse of public resources among others.

Kairuki's trouble began after she sent KNH CEO Lily Koros on compulsory leave after a brain surgery went wrong at the referral hospital.

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