Kenya's No 1 GhettoRadio

I AM A VICTIM OF WOMEN VICTIMIZATION, NYAMU TELLS SENATE AFTER IMPEACHMENT MOTION AGAINST MWANGAZA IS DISMISSED

95

The Senate has dropped Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza’s impeachment motion for lack of evidence.

The Verdict was made in a special senate sitting held this afternoon (30th December 2022) after Kakamega
Senator Boni Khalwale’s led committee tabled the report on the floor of the house.

“After the consideration of charges made against Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza, all 11 members of the special Senate Committee agreed and recommended that none of the charges was proved,” Khalwale revealed.

Senate speaker Amason Kingi later ruled that the house will not vote or even discuss the motion given that the special committee found allegations against the Governor not substantiated.

“Honourable senators, the committee has found allegations against governor not substantiated,” Kingi said.

Meru county MCA’s accuse Mwangaza of abuse of office, gross misconduct and violation of the constitution.

The committee was also told that Governor Mwangaza had appointed her husband to a non existent office which was against the constitution.

Governor Kawira in tears

Meanwhile the Governor could not hold back her tears shortly after the committee dismissed charges leveled against her.

Mwangaza could be seen wiping her tears as senator Khalwale who was the committees chair was reading out the verdict.

ALSO READ https://ghettoradio.co.ke/senator-nyamu-to-face-disciplinary-committee-over-dubai-incident/

Nominated senator Nyamu claims she is a victim of women victimization

And while making her remarks after the senate dismissed impeachment allegations against the governor, nominated senator Karen Nyamu took the opportunity to decry harassment of women leaders in the country.

She pointed out that she was a victim of the victimization recently following an incident involving her that happened at a nightclub in Dubai.

“We have witnessed double standards when it comes to women leadership, I am a recent victim. We have to stand firm in our space with no apologies and we are here to stay. We will not be victimized anytime we do any less than what our male counterparts do,” she said.

The senator was summoned by the ruling UDA party over the Dubai fracas.

She is scheduled to appear before the disciplinary committee on 20th January 2023.

“Your conduct and mannerism as exhibited in the incident has brought shame, disrepute and lowered the dignity of the party which nominated you to the office of senator,” the letter read.

Comments
Loading...

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More