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I’ll name and shame my impeachment plotters – Embu governor Wambora

Governor Martin Wambora has dared to name and shame six politicians who were behind his four years impeachment court
battles.

He said the lot was only selfish and
egocentric in the quest to illegally remove him during the just ended
first term.

Wambora said he will expose the group during the opening of the County Assembly on
Tuesday.

“Of those six people, five of them are down, down, down. It is only one who is remaining.”

“I’ll give out their names when I will be opening the county assembly,” he said.

Speaking during a colorful swearing-in ceremony at Moi Stadium in Embu town, an emboldened governor said he is happy five of them were voted out.

He thanked the local voters for ejecting the
power hungry politicians noting that he will now have peace and recover the wasted
four years.

Wambora was accompanied by his wife Teresiah and deputy governor David Kariuki and his wife Annstella.

Youth and Gender cabinet secretary Sicily Kariuki and Embu county commissioner Esther Maina were present.

Several other leaders among them the Senator-elect Njeru Ndwiga and a number of MPs-elect were also at the fete.

Referring to the detractors as terrorists, Wambora said it was good residents who had confidence in him defeated the group.

Embu county assembly passed a vote of no confidence in the governor over abuse of office and violation of procurement rules.

This was before the court of appeal reinstated him.

He pledged to work closely with the newly elected MCAs to enable the county prosper to the
desired level of development.

Wambora was sworn in by Chuka resident judge
Justice Robert Limo assisted by Embu chief Magistrate Maxwell Gicheru.

He promised to get rid of all non-performing executives and chief officers as well as promote those who worked hard to ensure his administration succeeds.

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