Murang’a residents have threatened to force their MCAs out of office following squabbles that hit the headlines, painting the county as a war zone.
They said on Wednesday that their leaders are yet to understand their mandate and are only keen on their selfish interests.
They warned that they will ‘impeach’ the ward representatives or march to the assembly to force its closure until the politicians end their “intolerable actions”.
MCAs cannot be impeached but a registered voter can initiate the process for their removal. The petition must have the support of at least 50 per cent of registered voters. The petitioner must also seek a court’s clearance to gather signatures.