Controversial lawyer Miguna Miguna has warned Nairobi residents against voting for all governors’ hopefuls except Westlands MP Tim Wanyonyi.
On Monday, April 11, the Canada-based lawyer took to his official social media pages to warn city dwellers against voting for Richard Ngatia as the next governor of Nairobi.
According to Miguna, Ngatia who is also the president of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry does not fit to be in charge of the counrtry’s wealthiest county.
Ngatia’s competitors in the city gubernatorial race Agnes Kagure and Governor Anne Kananu who was sworn in late last year were also not spared by the combative lawyer.
“Richard Ngatia is a crook. A thief. A looter. He should serve 500 years of jail time. And be forced to return all the hundreds of billions of shillings of public money he has plundered. (Anne) Kananu and (Agnes) Kagure are not worth writing about,” Miguna Miguna said in a Tweet.
This comes just a day after the outspoken lawyer said that Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja is unfit for to be the county’s governor.
The lawyer ostensibly said that the legislator will not deliver in the event he is elected into office in the August 9, polls.
“Johnson Sakaja is a disastrous chimney with smoke emitting from all over his body,” Miguna Miguna said.
Miguna, who has already endorsed Deputy President William Ruto for the presidency has not said anything negative about Westlands MP Tim Wanyonyi.
The lawyer, who was deported to Canada for allegedly swearing in former prime minister Raila Odinga as the People President had hinted at declaring his bid for the Nairobi governor seat but he is yet to announce whether he will be on the ballot in the August 9, polls.
He vied for the seat in the 2017 General Election but lost to former Governor Mike Sonko who was later impeached just three years into the office.