- Miguna Miguna is a staunch critic of President Uhuru’s government
- The former governor aspirant has showed his dissatisfaction with the President’s governance only complicating the thought that he voted for him to have another five years in office
In a live TV interview with a local station, controversial former Nairobi Governor Aspirant Miguna Miguna made public how he voted on August 8th Presidential elections.
Lamenting over the choice he made, the lawyer-cum-political analyst said that he had regrets for voting Uhuru Kenyatta in the last general elections and that he cannot support him ever again.
“I made a big mistake voting for Uhuru Kenyatta on August 8th and I regret it. I will never support him,” Miguna Miguna said in the interview claiming that the President perpetrated a fraud on the Kenyan people.
Miguna has lately been a staunch critic of the Jubilee government and Kenyans were left in disbelief when he revealed that he voted for Jubilee to have a second term in office.
Miguna Miguna was sharing his sentiments after IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati declared President Uhuru Kenyatta the winner in the repeat presidential elections.