• Speaker Ayub is expected to communicate with the Speaker of the Senate about the approval of the Impeachment motion by Friday.
• Mwangaza is the first Governor to be impeached since the August 9 general elections.
Following her unanimous impeachment by the County Assembly, Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza responded.
Taking to Facebook, the governor, in words that seemed like a prayer said whoever was behind her tribulations had spent millions of shillings to see her out.
She claimed that the person who wants to see her out had sponsored news headlines and invested a lot of energy to see her out.
The embattled governor said the impeachment is just another spiritual mission, exhuming confidence that her administration is still intact.
She also hinted at governing the county for two terms.
"They have used Millions of money. Sleepless nights. A lot of energy. Sponsored headlines. Engaging public seriously. Connections with different types of people. Just to confirm what God wants them to do. A spiritual Mission. (BRAND BUILDING) #AttackFollowsanointing #merumustbehappy #serikaliyamamaikoimara 10 bila brakes. Amen," Mwangaza wrote on Facebook.
On Wednesday, 67 out of 69 Meru MCA voted in favour of an impeachment motion tabled by DMK Kiogora, Member for Abogeta West and Minority Party Whip.
Mwangaza is the first Governor to be impeached since the August 9 general elections.
"Honourable members, I wish to declare that the Governor of Meru Hon. Bishop Kawira Mwangaza stands impeached by the Meru County Assembly," Speaker Ayub Bundi Solomon said.
Speaker Ayub is expected to communicate with the Speaker of the Senate about the approval of the Impeachment motion by Friday.
Within seven days, Speaker Amason Kingi will be required to convene the house for a sitting to hear Mwangaza's impeachment charges.
On November 30, the Meru court halted the first impeachment attempt by the MCAs.
Justice Wamae Cherere said the motion did not follow the correct procedure in initiating an ouster bid against the governor.
Governor Mwangaza has been at loggerheads with Members of the County Assembly since she took over power.
The county legislators accused the first-time governor of gross misconduct and abuse of office.
Other allegations include; nepotism, illegal appointments, unlawful dismissals, incitement, bullying, vilification and misleading campaigns against other leaders.