Meru MCAs have recently stated that they are prepared to talk with Governor Kawira Mwangaza to create harmony between the county legislature and the administration.
Meru Majority Whip Jim Muchui said in a statement prior to the meeting that will be presided over by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua that they are adhering to a directive from the second-in-command to resolve the disputes within the county assembly in order to allow service delivery to Meru residents.
Muchui stated that they have already put together a group of individuals who would speak for them at the negotiation table as they attempt to disprove how problems faced by county people will be resolved.
The majority whip further stated that given that Meru is behind schedule on development as a result of the conflicts among its leaders, their main goal is to see that allotted money are absorbed before the end of the fiscal year.
In contrast, Meru Minority Leader Mwenda Ithili argued that unity is best for the future development of Meru and that Governor Mwangaza still needs to adjust her attitude and language toward other leaders.