Lawyer Miguna Miguna, yesterday jetted back to the country after being out for almost 5 years following his deportation to Toronto Canada in 2018 due to an alleged dual citizenship.
Miguna whose return to the country was aided by the administration of the President William Ruto, was extremely excited just the moment he received a heart warming welcoming once he landed in JKIA.
Just a day after his return, he has been advised by Abraham Mutai to try and not associate with the government if he wants to succeed former Prime Minister Raila Odinga as the Luo Nyanza leader.
"I have seen Miguna saying he wants to replace Raila Odinga as Luo Nyanza leader. I will tell him for free. He won't be able to replace Raila while he supports the government. To rise to the stature of a Luo leader, Miguna must OPPOSE and Criticize the Government. Tough Choices" Tweeted Lord Abraham Mutai.
Miguna however has been warned that should he associate himself with the government, then he will not be able to inherit Raila. Both two leaders, hails from Nyanza region. This comes as Raila still remains the active Luo kingpin as his replacement still remains unclear.
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