As Deputy President William Ruto led his Kenya Kwanza leaders in presenting their plan for the country if he were to become president, exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna has offered his thoughts on the manifesto they have for the country should he ascend to the presidency.
When it comes to Ruto's manifesto introduction, a prominent Kenyan lawyer has claimed that the media ignored the most essential aspects of the announcement.
The lawyer is convinced that Ruto's government would be able to help the average Kenyan if he wins the presidential race.
He lashed out at the media for their coverage of the mayhem on Martha Karua's campaign trail and the launch of George Wajackoyah's platform for the Roots Party presidential candidate.
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