Meru County women leaders defend Kwaira Mwangaza

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    A section of women leaders from Meru county including political and women group leaders among them Meandeleo ya Wanawake have come out strongly to defend Meru Governor Bishop Kawira Mwangaza against her intended impeachment.

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