Kenyan lawyer Dr Miguna Miguna has said that president William Ruto has officially apologized to him for the atrocities played on him by the previous government where he was forcibly sent to Canada.
Miguna through a tweet he shared on his page on Saturday morning revealed that Ruto apologized to him as he was heading to Nyanza for his second day. The outspoken lawyer confirmed that he had accepted the apology from the president.
"H.E. William Ruto, President of the Republic of Kenya and Commander In Chief of the Defence Forces, earlier this morning APOLOGIZED to me on his behalf and on behalf of the Government for the brutality inflicted upon me by the previous regime. I accept the apology." Miguna said in a tweet on Saturday morning.
In 2018 Miguna was exiled to Canada after he unlawfully swore Raila Odinga as the president of the people. He tried multiple times to come back but former president Uhuru Kenyatta's men could not allow him. It is only after Ruto had won the elections did he get a chance to travel back.
His anger has however been boiling in him as he wanted to take an action against those who blocked his return to Kenya. Fred Matiang'i and Joe Mucheru were at the top of his list. Now that Ruto has apologized on their behalf Kenyans hope he will stop following on the case. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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