Miguna Goes on Rant Defending DP Ruto
Controversial Lawyer Miguna Miguna made his stand clear after reports emerged that a section of Cabinet Secretaries were planning to assassinate Deputy President William Ruto.
Taking to Facebook, the embattled lawyer made rants directed towards President Uhuru Kenyatta accusing him of being behind the assassination.
He further labeled insults against the President claiming that he was worse than the DP all the while praising Ruto for being a teetotaller who does not smoke.
"William Ruto should courageously face his partner in crime Uhuru Kenyatta directly and accuse him of planning the assassination," he started off his fiery allegations.
He claimed that Uhuru had a clear intention of subverting the constitution by plans of clinging to power through the introduction of a puppet.
"My final comment on Uhuru Kenyatta's clear intention to continue subverting the constitution by clinging to power and/or by extending his despotic reign directly or indirectly through a clone/puppet like Joseph Kabila did: Kenyans will not allow it." he added.
He also blasted former Jubilee Deputy Chairman David Murathe for claiming that the president was not ready to leave his seat to people he termed as corrupt and thieves.
On Monday, Four Cabinet Secretaries were summoned by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations for allegedly holding secret meetings to plot against DP Ruto.
The four included ICT CS Joe Mucheru, his Health counterpart Sicily Kariuki and Trade & Industrialization CS Peter Munya and Transport CS James Macharia.
Kenyans.co.ke reported that the DP allegedly informed the president of the plot against him that prompted him to convene a meeting at State House.
He then ordered that the DP's security be scaled up and that the PSs and CSs in question report to the police.
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