Famous Lawyer, Miguna Miguna, who is currently in Canada and a strong supporter of deputy president William Ruto has left many wondering after revealing three top politicians in Kenya Kwanza who are secretly killing the coalition instead of supporting the team to defeat Azimio.
Taking to his Twitter account, Miguna says Tharaka Nithi senator Hon Kithure Kindiki, Kakamega senator Hon Cleophas Malala and former Machakos Senator Hon Nduya Muthama are busy fighting other leaders allied to Kenya Kwanza.
He has urged Kenya Kwanza leaders led by deputy president William Ruto to keep these leaders in check and necessary action taken against them for the team to win.
"Three indisciplined rogues in Kenya Kwanza team that must be restrained; Kithure Kindiki, Cleophas Malala and Nduya Muthama" said Hon Miguna Miguna.
"Instead of mobilizing voters to defeat Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, they have been firing impotent missiles at their own team" he added.
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