There was drama at Kirinyaga County Assembly on Tuesday morning ahead of the tabling of Governor Anne Waiguru’s impeachment motion.
Two MCAs were seen being dragged outside the chambers by the sergeant at arms after a heated confrontation with their colleagues..
The two were Karumandi MCA Anthony Munene and nominated MCA Lucy Njeri.
They claimed that their signatures were forged and were not ready to impeach embattled Waiguru.
“This is not a Kangaroo assembly. How come people are forging our signatures. I am not removing the governor. And when you raise your point you are thrown out,” one of them was heard saying.
The woman MCA was also seen being dragged outside the gates as she shouted.
About 24 MCAs are said to have endorsed Waiguru’s impeachment motion. This was after they spent Monday night in the county assembly.
This was meant to avoid any coercion and intimidation before Waiguru slated impeachment today Tuesday at the Kirinyaga county assembly.
The defiant MCAs further switched off their phone to ensure that their plans to impeach Waiguru went on as planned.
The impeachment motion set to be debated today was filed by Mutira Ward MCA David Kinyua