Orengo pleads with Miguna as he jets back to the country

Please Miguna...

Orengo urged Miguna to work with ODM leader Raila Odinga who is in the process of implementing a peace deal with President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The Siaya Senator noted that Odinga had stood with Miguna by instructing a team of lawyers to move to court in defence of the NRM general.

Orengo, who is also one of the lawyers handling logistics for Miguna's return, stated that if it were not for Odinga he would not have gone to represent the embattled lawyer.

The newly elected Senate Minority Leader spoke at the burial of Justice Joseph Onguto. He thanked the Judiciary for standing up for the rights of Kenyans.

Miguna has bitterly differed with the ODM leadership regarding the deal between President Kenyatta and the NASA leader.

The former Nairobi gubernatorial candidate accused Odinga of betrayal by making a deal with Kenyatta without regard for the many people who had suffered while supporting the NASA leader.

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