Exiled lawyer Dr Miguna Miguna has come out to celebrate the win of Dr William Ruto in the presidential election petition that was filed to challenge his win in the August 9 general elections. Miguna even though he has been away from the country was following on the court proceedings and when Ruto was announced as the lawful winner of the presidential election he shared the news with his fans.
Miguna congratulated the Chief Justice for delivering a verdict that was fair to all Kenyans. He said that what the Supreme Court did is enough proof that the Kenyan Judiciary is independent. He then said he has retracted all his words of criticism he had directed at the Chief Justice.
"The Supreme Court has now AFFIRMED the CENTRALITY of the JUDICIARY in Kenya's journey to social and electoral justice. Thank you, @CJMarthaKoome and other Justices. I retract all my prior criticism of @CJMarthaKoome. You have acquitted yourself beautifully. Bravo!" Miguna said.
Miguna is one of the most excited supporters of William Ruto because he is now going to travel back to the country. Ruto had promised to lift all the restrictions imposed on the lawmaker after he was deported to Canada. This will happen after next week when Ruto has been sworn in as president. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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