By MN Reporter
Angry Kirinyaga county residents have circulated leaflets calling for ouster of governor Anne Waiguru ahead of his senate hearing.
Media reports the leaflets have been dropped in Kerugoya, Kimbimbi, Kianyaga, Kutus, Ngurubani and Kagio towns.
The leaflet, according to Daily Nation “called on residents to demonstrate against the governor who is expected to appear before a special Senate committee on Tuesday.”
The “Waiguru Must go,” leaflets written in Kikuyu and English were reported on Sunday morning.
“We woke up in the morning only to see leaflets scattered in various parts of the town,” a Kimbimbi resident said.
Waiguru’s legal team led by Kamotho Waiganjo has already replied to accusations, in cartons of documents to an eleven-member special Senate committee.
Kirinyaga County Assembly Speaker Anthony Gathumbi will be the first to appear and lay charges against the governor which involve abuse of office and gross violation of the Constitution by the ward representatives.