Wambora: Only electorate can compel me to vacate office
By Kevin Wachira
The embattled Embu County Governor Martin Nyaga Wambora has maintained that he is not ready to abandon his fight against what he terms as unfair means of removing him from office.
Wambora who was speaking when he launched two graders for road rehabilitation in Manyatta and Runyenjes sub counties said it is only the electorate who can compel him to vacate office through a popular democratic vote.
Regretting his sojourn from active engagement in the leadership affairs of Embu County due to incessant impeachment processes, Governor Wambora said he is committed to the fulfillment of a structured development agenda for Embu County, spread over the five year Electoral term.
He said the past six months of his trials and tribulations have taken a heavy toll on the set development targets for the County.
Wambora who has since been impeached twice and is still awaiting a court determination whether to be re-instated or not urged those he described as his political detractors to stop the infighting that he said has negated the development targets.
He said his Government has prioritized the concept of flag-ship projects for an infrastructural transformation agenda for roads in the four Sub-Counties in Embu adding that 40 million shillings has been set aside for this endeavor starting with Dallas road within Embu town.