The Meru governor, Kawira Mwangaza, and the County’s First Gentleman, Murega Baicu, are allegedly uses tricks to redirect the Ethics andAnti-Corruption Commission’s( EACC) attention.
Theanti-graft association charged the two with sharing in theatrics and sideshows that diverged from the allegations made against them in a statement dated Saturday, October 29.
EACC stated that the claims of conflict of interest, nepotism, and abuse of office were the only motifs included in the subject letter. therefore, the commission expressed its distancing from the particular difficulties brought up by the brace.
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The agency said that Governor Mwangaza and Baicu politicized and devaluated the commission’s work through theatrical performances.
“ The strange issues raised in the press conference were neither raised by the Commission nor were they part of the contents of its letter to the governor. similar aren’t matters that concern the commission, ” EACC’s statement read in part.
The commission disputed that it had refused Baicu entry to the governor’s functionary hearthstone, while contending with the people not to support their public uproar.
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It went on to deny claims that it proscribed Baicu from accompanying Mwangaza in her sanctioned county fleet.
The unusual allegations that came out of the press conference pertaining to supposed directions for the use, or warrant thereof, of the governor’s sanctioned vehicles and apartment by her partner were refuted by the EACC.
Theanti-graft agency prompted the governor to refrain from sideshows while maintaining that their operations are governed by the rule of law.
Baichu called for fast action and denounced importunity by government officers in the EACC’s response. Mwangaza, still, refuted every blameworthiness made against her.
The first- time governor was charged with having a conflict of interest because she ordered county workers to manage Baite TV, which her hubby, Baicu, owns.
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She was also charged with nepotism for employing her two sisters as security labor force and particular helpers.