Kenyan lawyer Dr Miguna Miguna has declared that he will be forced to sell all his properties in Kenya and renounce his Kenyan citizenship if Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga is elected as the fifth president of Kenya come August general elections.
Engaging his followers in a question and answer session on his official Twitter account earlier today, the lawyer advised Kenyans to vote for any aspirant in the elections but not the former Prime Minister whom he termed as unfit to hold the office.
"If Raila becomes president of Kenya, I will sell all my properties there [in Kenya] and renounce my citizenship." The lawyer tweeted. The lawyer has been using his Twitter account in many occasions to accuse the ODM leader together with the current president Uhuru Kenyatta of illegally deporting him to Canada despite being a legal Kenyan citizen. Despite the fact that he has tried unsuccessfully in many occasions to return to Kenya, the lawyer has alleged that he will be willing to drop his Kenyan citizenship if Raila wins this year's elections.
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