‘I Would Do Better Than Ruto If I Was President’- Miguna Miguna


Image: Suspended Prime Minister’s Advisor on Coalition Affairs Mr Miguna Miguna on December 31, 2011 addressing a news conference at Nairobi where he declined that the had been reinstated into service.
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Activist and lawyer Miguna Miguna is back to the country after being ‘exiled’ in Canada for years. Miguna, who had unsettled business with highly ranked leaders like Uhuru & Raila, has now shared insights on political issues that he had in mind over the years.

Miguna Miguna, who says he holds dual citizenship in Kenya and Canada, was sent to Toronto way back in 2018, after participating in a mock presidential swearing-in ceremony for Odinga in Nairobi on January 30 the same year. Miguna doubled up as an adviser to Odinga.

Miguna’s Triumphant Return

While Miguna’s return was quite silent, he has not been in several interviews to clear off his mind. But in a recent interview with Obinna TV, Miguna shared his political ambition, reminiscing his previous achievements and the seat(s) which he is looking forward to vie for.


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Miguna to vie for presidency

The lawyer went on to state that he’s looking forward to vie for the presidential seat; adding that he would do way better than the current president Ruto if he was elected. He criticized the current government, including Nairobi Governor Sakaja; who has been in the limelight over the floods.

Watch Miguna’s full interview below;


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