Canada based lawyer Miguna Miguna has cleared the air over his real place of birth, saying he was not born in Nyakach. The controversial lawyer who was dramatically deported from the country in 2018, has said he was born in a village called Magina within the Kano Plains in Kisumu County, in the Nyanza region.
The cases of devil worshipping are on the rise in the country.At times,some children have ended up confessing about killing their families after being under influence of evil spirits.The case of Waruinge's family is still fresh in the memories of many Kenyans. Things were unusual in one of the public primary schools in the country.Nyamunda primary school has hit the headlines after pupils collapsing and crawling on the ground.Six girls who became victims were crawling helplessly while making absurd confessions.The schools BoM chair Mr Timon Ogola said that there were no need to close the school since majority of the pupils would be innocently affected.
1. Place Of Birth. Dr. Miguna was born on 22 August 1963 in Magina village, Nyando Sub-County, in Kisumu county. He is a dual Kenyan-Canadian citizen, columnist, barrister, author and solicitor. Miguna is also an advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
Early life and career.Miguna Miguna was born in Magina village,kisumu county.He attended Apondo primary school in Magina village Nyando before proceeding to the prestigious Nyiri school in Murang'a for his High School and then the University of Nairobi.Where he became a student leader in 1986 and 1987.
Slightly over a year ago, Jubilee party secretary general Raphael Tuju left his Karen home to embark on a journey to attend the funeral service of former president of Kenya Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi at his Kabarak home.However, as it is already known, Tuju never managed to make his way to the funeral.
Homa Bay Family Seeks Shelter at Police Station After Landlord Evicted them Over Ksh 1,600 Rent Arrears
A family in Sikwadhi trading centre in Ndhiwa constituency has been forced to find shelter at a police station after their landlord evicted them due to rent arrears of Ksh 1,600. The family of Gordon Odhiambo 36, and Hellen Atieno 30, were forced to seek refuge at Magina police station where all the eight members are now allegedly sleeping in cells. Addressing members of fourth estate on Tuesday, May 05, the father of eight said the landlord attacked and assaulted him before ejecting them from house for del