While expressing doubts about the decision, Miguna claimed that the endorsement spelled doom for Raila's administration, given Uhuru's character.
The lawyer then proceeded to make serious claims against the president, leading Mijungu to interrupt him.
Miguna, known for his tenacity, resumed his assault on Uhuru, maintaining that the claims he was making were real and that he could back them up if necessary.
Miguna promised Mijungu that he would not be fired as a result of his words, despite the journalist's repeated interruptions, which appeared to be an attempt to prevent him from making the claims.
In a fast reaction, the newsperson assured Miguna that he was not concerned about getting fired.
However, after the interview, the anchor stated that Miguna's opinions were his own and were not linked with him or the Standard Group in any way.
Refuses to respond to questions.
In a related incident, Look Up TV host Eugene Anangwe had a difficult time interviewing Miguna when he opted to discuss his book Peeling Back the Mask, which was published in 2012.
The trouble began when Eugene told the lawyer that Raila was portrayed in his book as a charlatan who should not be believed.
The general, as he is affectionately known, saw Eugene's queries were being asked from a position of disinformation, which he exploited.
"Have you taken the time to read it?" I need to know whether you've read the book, because I'm not going to discuss something that you've not read," he maintained
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