Public Service Management minister Bernard Osumo will have a tough day in the assembly when MCAs resume next week, it has been established.
Mr Osumo, considered as Governor John Nyagarama's right hand man, has been under immense criticism from MCAs over alleged gross misconduct and abuse of office and would have an impeachment motion on Tuesday.
Nyansiongo MCA Dennis Kebaso says the move is unstoppable and has promised to fireworks, adding that the minister would not survive the motion.
"Officers must have integrity which is unquestionable. He went ahead and employed his own son, ensured he's placed him on Job Group R yet due process was not followed," Kebaso argued.
He added on phone: "Long gone are days of abusing public office. He must take responsibility and the motion is now complete. We shall speak in one voice and this is unstoppable."
Last week, the assembly received a notice of motion over the impending impeachment. MCAs are in Kisumu for Annual Legislative Assembly forum and are expected back next week.
For the motion to sail through, Kebaso needs at least 23 MCAs of the 36 on his side, a task he says will be easily accomplished given the 'excitements' by his colleagues.
Mr Osumo is yet to comment over the same. He's currently heading payroll purge, a reason some analysts argue that it could be the Genesis of his predicaments.