The exiled international lawyer Dr Miguna Miguna has come out to speak about the top story of Henry Rotich's criminal files which has vanished from the high court registry at Milimani Nairobi. Dr Miguna Miguna says that the suspects are the already known individuals.
Miguna says that the accused who is the former Cabinet secretary of Finance Henry Rotich has implicated the former Attorney General Githu Muigai and even the former solicitor.
Dr Miguna Miguna says that the only way of avoiding Kenyans from getting up to fight for the social justice for all the people, respect the rule of law and the court rulings, provision of basis needs to the citizens of the country and creation of job to solve millions of employed Kenyans problems.
Dr Miguna Miguna who has always been talking about the challenges Kenyans are facing under the current government. There are so many Kenyans who are unemployed and facing difficulties in the country due to corruption cases in the government.
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