“Special thanks to my Husband who has been amazingly supportive throughout this process. A friend of mine recently said that there are husbands from heaven and then there are husbands who come walking. You are definitely one from heaven, Waiguru stated.
In a press statement issued on Saturday, June 27, the Governor also issued three promises after the Senate cleared her against two charges, gross violation of the constitution and other laws, and abuse of office. The Senate ruled that the MCas failed t prove evidence tabled against her.
Waiguru stated that she had forgiven the MCAs who orchestrated the plot to impeach her.
“It is profoundly clear that this impeachment process did not meet the required threshold and that it was all a choreographed plan of events that was aimed at tarnishing my name.
“BUT as I said before, I forgive the forces behind it. The report’s findings did indeed reveal areas of improvement in administration by officers and need for better checks and balances,” she stated.
Waiguru further called upon them to ensure that services are delivered to Kirinyaga residents. She assured Kirinyaga residents that relevant issues affecting them will not go unaddressed and that the necessary changes and improvements will be made to both human resource and systems with the aim of improving service delivery to the people of Kirinyaga.
“That said, I call upon the County Assembly to own up to their failures and play their part in ensuring that we move Kirinyaga forward. Rather than prioritizing funds to projects such as building of MCAs offices, they should prioritize the allocation of funds for Covid-19 management and healthcare projects as proposed by the executive.
“We have much to do and little time to achieve it. My government remains ready and willing to work with like-minded individuals committed to the service of Kirinyaga residents,” she rallied.
While lauding the Senate Committee for declaring the impeachment as null and void, Waiguru reiterated that she will defend the Building Bridges Initiative.
“As I said before, my woes are solely because of my stand for BBI and support for the Handshake between His Excellency the President of Kenya Uhuru and Former Prime Minister Hon. Raila Odinga. I will not stop my support or change my commitment to what will be for the betterment of our children, for women and the country as a whole. We must continue our quest for a better Kenya, whatever the price will be. I am determined to play my role, I hope you all do,” she declared.