• They want her ousted over alleged gross misconduct, appointment of her husband to the county office.
• Mwangaza had appointed her husband, Murega Baichu as the patron of the Meru Youth Service.
Meru MCAs on Wednesday gathered and sang outside the Meru assembly ahead of a debate on Governor Kawira Mwangaza's impeachment motion.
In a video seen by the Star, the MCAs are seen dancing and singing 'kaende kaende'.
This is after the MCAs reinitiated another impeachment motion against Governor Mwangaza.
They want her ousted over alleged gross misconduct, the appointment of her husband to the county office and the alleged dismissal of county officers.
On November 30, the Meru court barred her impeachment motion.
Justice Wamae Cherere said the motion did not follow the correct procedure in initiating an ouster bid against her.
"I'm guided by the principle that a party, such as a petitioner, is not required to suffer illegality or breach of her rights and resultant injustice on the solace that her grievance would be remedy either by the Assembly or the Senate," she said.
Cherere said it is a singular authority of the court to deal with threatened violations before they happen.
"Upon considering the application and preliminary objection and after hearing the presentations of the council, this court finds that the procedure adopted by the respondent to process the proposed motion of impeachment is flawed and has the effect of violating her constitutional rights," she ruled.
Mwangaza had appointed her husband, Murega Baichu as the patron of the Meru Youth Service.
The MCAs claim she did not conduct a transparent and competitive recruitment process.