The contravasial Lawyer Miguna Miguna has sparked angry Reactions after details emerged that Uhuru's younger brother is one of the 300 people who have landed a state job in the Kenya Wildlife Service.
According to the star, Muhoho Kenyatta was among a group of people gazetted by Cabinet Secretary for Tourism Najib Balala as Honorary Warden at different area. Muhoho was Allegedly designated to work at the Southern Conservation Area.
Reacting to this appointment, Miguna Allegedly claimed that position Muhoho in that post was not in good faith but to continue the Killing of Elephants. Miguna had been one of the fiercest critic of president Uhuru Kenyatta after he was forcefully deported to Canada after the contravasial swearing in of the Orange Democratic Party leader Raila Odinga.
Since then Miguna had been criticizing the Government from abroad for what he termed as discrimination. What's your take on this matter, kindly share your thoughts and follow for more updates.
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