Why Jeff Koinange left KTN Miguna Miguna reveals the people who led to the exit of Jeff Koinange from KTN

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Just a couple of days after hosting Miguna Miguna and Esther Passaris at his show in an episode that has soon become controversial, Jeff Koinange and KTN parted ways.

Aspiring Nairobi governor Miguna Miguna has come out revealing the reason and the persons behind Jeff Koinange leaving KTN.

Just a couple of days after hosting Miguna Miguna and Esther Passaris at his show in an episode that has soon become controversial, Jeff Koinange and KTN parted ways.

To many observers, the reason why Jeff and his show had been shown the door was his inability to curb Miguna’s assault on the fellow aspirant Esther Passaris.

Just what went on within and behind the scenes of that show has become a matter of controversy.

Now Miguna Miguna has come out exonerating himself from any blame stating that other powerful forces are behind the ouster of Jeff Koinange.

As he is wont to, Miguna Miguna took to social media expressing his views as well as offering a piece of advice to Jeff Koinange whom he called a ‘valued friend’.

According to Miguna, the Moi family which owns substantial shares in Standard Group were irked by his mentioning them adversely and linking Esther Passaris to the former president.

 

He would later group all those involved and term them as the cartels he is fighting and vow to continue with his struggle as the dust will soon settle on the matter.

 

He still had a couple of barbs directed at Esther Passaris who he believe is playing the female card seeking sympathy from the electorate.

 

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