A few days after the former governor of Nairobi, Evans Kidero, filed a petition to challenge the election of Gladys Wanga as the governor for Homa Bay County, the Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna, who is based in Canada, praised his move and pledged to support him in that "struggle for liberation" should he need him in any way. Kidero's petition was filed to challenge the election of Gladys Wanga as the governor for Homa Bay County.
Miguna Miguna, who will be flying back into the country the following month after receiving the clearance he required for the same, has stated that the move by the former Governor, who was among his competitors for the Nairobi city county gubernatorial seat in 2017, is a step towards liberating himself. Miguna Miguna will be flying back into the country the following month after receiving the clearance he required for the same.
That he is even fortunate to have made the move at a time when Raila Odinga was being pulled to the ground, but despite this, he (the lawyer) is more than willing to induct him for a successful emancipation.
However, he made it quite apparent to the previous Governor that, prior to that, they will need to work out a few differences among themselves, and he can't wait for them to get together to do so.
Today, September 24th, the outspoken attorney said that in a post that they shared on Facebook "despite the fact that you are tardy, I would like to use this opportunity to welcome you to the fight for liberty, Evans Kidero, my brother.
After we had already brought Raila Odinga to the ground, you decided to join us. There are a few lingering questions that need answering before we can bring you into the fight. See you shortly."
It is important to keep in mind that after Kidero filed that petition, he appointed advocate Julie Soweto, who had represented Azimio in the Presidential election petition, to lead his legal team in the court. Soweto had represented Azimio in the petition.
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