Miguna Miguna speaks about his late father for the first time
Self declared National Resistance Movement General, Miguna Miguna took his time to speak about his late father.
The controversial lawyer through his Twitter account said his dad was hardworking who left a legacy of integrity and discipline.
“My father, a peasant, worked honestly on his farms and did small business. He believed, like most Kenyans, that public resources and land belong to citizens and that theft was/is a bad thing.” Posted Miguna.
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Miguna also described the dad as a peasant who hailed from Magina village, in Kano Plains. However the lawyer could not let it go without mentioning the family of president Kenyatta. He said that the family only plundered wealth.
“That legacy is worth trillions more than Jomo Kenyatta’s and Daniel arap Moi’s rotten plundered wealth! ” Posted Miguna.