Nyeri leaders have urged Governor Nderitu Gachagua and Members of the County Assembly to reconcile and focus on service delivery to the electorate.
They said the fighting between the Executive and Legislature should end now that the Senate has cleared Ga chagua of the impeachment charges.
Among those calling for reconciliation is the Kieni MP Kanini Keega, one of those who wanted the governor out.
The MP, who was addressing Solio Settlement Scheme residents, said Nyeri leaders are ready to reconcile with the governor once he drops his hardline stance.
“We as leaders from Nyeri county are ready to sit down and agree on the way forward for our county following the Senate decision. However, the governor must drop his hardline stance and respect all leaders to ensure our county moves forward,” said Kanini.
The leaders, who also included Kieni aspirant Antony Wainana, said political differences between the two groups have also given the county a bad name, adding that it can only be corrected through reconciliation and leaders resolving to work in harmony to serve the residents.