Nairobi — The Special Senate Committee arrange to pay attention the impeachment court cases in opposition to Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza could have its first sitting in Tuesday.
The Senate introduced in a remark Monday that the court cases will get started at 8am on Tuesday on the Senate Chambers.
“The Special Committee established by the Senate to hear charges on the proposed removal from office by impeachment of Governor Kawira Mwangaza by the Meru County Assembly will have its first sitting on Tuesday, December 27, 2022 in the Senate Chamber. The hearing will start at 8 am,” part of the remark indicated.
The committee which will likely be chaired via Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale will at the inaugural sitting talk about laws and procedures of figuring out the case in addition to imagine any initial problems.
It used to be established on Tuesday remaining week after 33 Senators voted in prefer of a different committee procedure in opposition to two who had been for the entire House.
The Impeachment Procedure Act stipulates that the Senate will have to, inside of 10 days of receiving the Assembly’s answer from its Speaker, convene and arrange a different committee or sit down as a committee of the entire House to resolve whether or not or no longer the claims within the impeachment are substantiated.
Governor Mwangaza is dealing with accusations of nepotism, unlawful appointments, illegal dismissal of the charter and statutory purposes of county organs.
The details of the allegations come with the appointment of her husband to county workplaces, the roadside appointment of county staff at Timau, Nkubu and Kianjae amongst different accusations.
The MCAs additionally accused the Governor of directing Meru Teaching and Referral Hospital to spend all earnings at supply, directing county officials to take part in advancing the pastime of Baite TV, a non-public media station, and misconduct bearing on to the nominating of County Executive Committee Members.
68 out of 69 MCAs voted to impeach the governor on December 14th.
On her section, Mwangaza accused MCAs of working a cartel on the meeting, blackmail, greed, corruption and intimidation.
She additionally accused the ward legislators of organizing a violent demonstration on the Assembly and violating public finance regulations.
Author: Capital FM