Lawyer Miguna Miguna says that the government has not acted with speed to bring to book the Azimio leaders who assaulted Chebukati. He says that were the UDA or Kenya Kwanza leaders involved in the assault of IEBC Chairperson, the government would have arrested them and put them behind bars. According to Miguna, the leaders who breached peace at the Bomas of Kenya should be brought to book and made answerable for their indecent actions.
He notes that impunity like that will end soon when Ruto is sworn in as the 5th President of Kenya. Miguna feels that those were seen on camera assaulting Chebukati just moments before he released results should answer some questions why they put Chebukati’s life in danger.
“If any Kenya Kwanza supporter or leader had hit Wafula Chebukati and other IEBC officials the way Ledama Ole Kina, Orengo and others assaulted them, the Kenya Kwanza assaulters would have been arrested on the spot and denied bail. This will end soon when Kenya Kwanza gets power,” Miguna has said.
Miguna has been a big defender of President-elect William Ruto and his team. He believes that the Kenya Kwanza administration will help him return to Kenya after he was forcefully exiled.
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