The exiled Canada based Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna has exuded confidence that Deputy President William Ruto will emerge a victor in his presidential bid.
Taking to Facebook, the outspoken barrister promised his fans that he will travel to Kenya to attend the official swearing-in of Ruto and his running mate Rigathi Gachagua.
Subsequently, he said he will ask businessman Jimi Wanjigi to accompany him to ODM leader Raila Odinga’s house to pick the People’s President Declaration he had commissioned him.
It is worth noting that Miguna was exiled from Kenya in 2018 after the infamous mock swearing-in of Raila as the people’s president after the disputed 2017 General Election.
“I’ll be in Kenya to attend the official swearing-in ceremony of William Samoei Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua at the Kasarani Stadium. Thereafter, I’ll ask Jimi Wanjigi to accompany me to Raila Odinga’s home in Karen to collect the People’s President Declaration I had commissioned. Before ordinary Kenyans push him with a wheelbarrow to Bondo,” said Miguna.
Miguna’s declaration elicited varied reactions on social media.
Jacson said: Ruto has no key to your red alert scenario! only Raila will bring you back – provided you apologise to him and delete all “conman posts”
Sila KE opined: “We will ensure you’re back in Kenya to witness Raila Odinga’s swearing-in as the 5th president. Ruto tawe!”
Khakasa Roselyne said: “You are welcome to swear in Ruto as the hustlers’ president no problem.”
Mwiti Mbaeh said: “I agree with you general,I will vote for WSR not because he is a saint, when vultures gather, there must be a corpse below. I can’t legitimize the union of the Odingas, the Mois and the Kenyattas. We must break this cycle.”
The self-styled liberation general is an ardent critic of Raila and President Uhuru Kenyatta and spends every his walking moment criticising them.
He has on several occasions accused the two of blocking his return to Kenya despite numerous court orders that declared his deportation illegal.
On the other hand, he declared his support for Ruto’s quest to clinch the top seat and openly declared that he will vote for him in the polls slated for Tuesday, August 9.
The second in command has promised to ensure that Miguna is allowed back in the country unconditionally should he win the presidency.
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