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Beatrice Elachi, Nairobi Speaker resumes office

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Nairobi County Speaker Beatrice Elachi has resumed office after thirteen months of being away.

Beatrice Elachi was reinstated back into her office following a court-issued on Wednesday, October 9th.

The order found the embattled speaker free of any wrongdoing thus she should resume her office and execute her mandate.

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Also read: Drama at City Hall to remove Speaker Elachi from office

Nairobi MCA had passed a motion to impeach Elachi with 103 out of 107 MCA’s voting in support of it.

The Employment and Labour Relation court, however, passed an order blocking the MCAs from impeaching the embattled Speaker.

They had accused Elachi of misappropriation of taxpayer money and abuse of office among other allegations.

Also read: Nairobi MCA Mary Njambi “krimino”has been suspended

Speaking after her reinstatement, Elachi accused the MCAs of tainting her image in bad light saying she will continue to fight for justice.

She also accused them of passing false information to Governor Mike Sonko in order to facilitate her exit.

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.


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