Miguna drops a message to all the voters and aspirants all over the Kenyan nation.
Miguna is mainly focused on the voters' rights, gearing up for the August 9th General Elections.
In his message via his official Twitter handle, he says that a voter has the right to change his or her opinion on who to vote for.
Whenever a candidate violates the principles upon which a voters support is based, the voter has a right to revoke his or her support.
On the other hand, reputed Kenyan lawyer and adored State Attorney, Dr Miguna Miguna, has spoken out on the presidential race.
All Kenyans should help in promoting peace and harmony in the country since the life of a person is indeed very key.
The government has already taken a step forward to educate the youth about the importance of peace in the country. These
sessions are held all over the entire Kenyan nation with the aim of promoting harmony.
All the aspirants in the country should therefore embrace peace, love and harmony during their campaigns.
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