A vocal lawyer who is a known Ruto supporter has taken a swipe at The Star and Kenyan media as a whole for describing the 700 professionals who declared their support for Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga as a blow to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance leader Dr William Ruto.
Dr. Miguna questioned if the 700 people scaled against the 454,480 population of Elgeyo Marakwet was a big blow if they chose to support the ODM leader. He went farther to declare that the Kenyan media, which he termed as "Githeri Media" had no credibility as per the set journalism standard.
'Is the population of Elgeyo Markwet 700? No. The population of Elgeyo Marakwet is 454,480. But the Githeri Media suggests 700 out of 454,480 is a "big loss."The Githeri Media has zero credibility.' Miguna wrote on Twitter. https://t.co/F5lasAjs1vguna
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