Impeached Kiambu governor Ferdinand Waititu on Thursday evening failed to show up to a much anticipated interview on NTV.
The ex-governor, who had confirmed attendance, did an about-turn at the last minute and could not be found on phone.
The politician was expected to speak about his next move even as he fights his impeachment in court.
On Thursday, Mr Waititu went to court to challenge his ouster as the second governor of Kiambu, hours after his impeachment was confirmed by the Senate.
This is even as the process of swearing in his deputy gained momentum after the ceremony failed to go on Thursday morning as was anticipated.
Kiambu County Secretary and Head of Public Service Martin Mbugua has now gazetted Friday, January 31, 2020 as the new date for the swearing in of Dr James Nyoro as the new Governor.
In a gazette notice published on Thursday, Mr Mbugua indicated the new date, venue and time of the ceremony in record time shortly after Justice John Onyiego, who was to preside over the event, did not show up and later raised concerns.
According to the judge, the planned swearing in ceremony could not go on because the Committee on the Assumption of Governor’s office had failed to follow the right procedure.