Miguna announces support for DP Ruto's 2022 campaigns

Surprise statement

Miguna stated that although he did not support Ruto's presidential bid, the Deputy President had every right to campaign.

The self-appointed NRM General attacked ODM Leader Raila Odinga for his claims that it was "too early" for Ruto to start campaigning for 2022.

"I don't support WilliamsRuto and believe that he is as corrupt as UKenyatta, Daniel Moi, Jomo Kenyatta & other KANU Orphans, but it is extremely dishonest for RailaOdinga to keep yelling at Ruto to stop 2022 campaigns. Everyone has a right to campaign for what he believes in," Miguna tweeted.

He has maintained opposition to the "handshake deal", accusing the ODM leader of betraying Opposition supporters for personal benefit.

Earlier in the year, Miguna swore in Odinga as the People's President, an act that led to his forced exile in February.

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