Former Kiambu Deputy Governor James Nyoro has been sworn in as governor after the controversial impeachment of Ferdinand Waititu Babayao.
Nyoro was on Friday 31st January sworn in at the county government of Kiambu.
Speaking before Nyoro took the oath, Kiambu Chief Magistrate Patricia Gichohi said all procedures of swearing in a governor had been complied with and it was time to swear in the new governor.
“The law requires that the incoming governor takes the oath in public that is why we are here. All laws have been complied with,’ she said before handing over to Justice Onyiego to swear in Nyoro.
TangaTanga brigade had criticized the fast flow of eblvents after the Kiambu County Gazette published late on Thursday and signed by the Kiambu County Secretary Martin Mbugua as a requirement by law.
Senate majority leader Kipchumba Murkomen said that the county ought to have waited for at least ten days for Waititu to explore all his options.