No political whichunt,Nyamira Mcas say as they Kickstart process to impeach governor Amos Nyaribo

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Nyamira Mcas have said there is no witch hunt in their quest to impeach the County boss Amos Nyaribo.

The Mcas said they were impeaching him on the grounds of corruption and abuse of office for the better service delivery to the people.

Speaking at the County Asssembly premises on Thursday when they collected signatures for his impeachment, the Mcas said they had to do it for the better of the devolved unit.

28 signatures out of tbe possible 34 were collected and the motion will be laid on Tuesday next week to debate the impeachment of Nyaribo.

Deputy Majority leader and Township ward Mca Duke Masira said there is no need to have someone in office who cannot open his eyes and see where there is a mess in the County.

“We are not fighting anyone, we want a governor who can make Nyamira loik like other Counties in terms of development.We have been allocating a lot of reaources to this County but we cannot telll what they have done.Alll we need is service and that is why we want our governor to rest so that someone else can help him,”Masira said.

His sentiments were supported by Kiabonyoru ward Mca Vincent Benecha who said the County is stuck an there is a lot of corruption which they decided to tame through impeaching the governor.

“For our County to develop, we must rise and stop the corruption that is currently being witnessed.We need leaders who have Nyamira people at heart, not their own desires, Benecha told journalists.

Bonyamatuta ward Mca Julius Matwere insiated that the residents are questioning about service delivery which cannot be accounted for hence someone must come in to help the county which is limping.

Nominated Mcas Doris Nyamanga and Abigael Matini said if Nyaribo will defend himself and be found clean they will not have a problem but if he cannot account for what he has done with the public resources, tben he should be ready to park and go.

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