Miguna Miguna comes to the defense of DCJ Mwilu

She was arraigned in court on Tuesday

“The worst looters in Kenya are Jomo Kenyatta, Daniel arap Moi, Mwai Kibaki, , , and others; NOT the Deputy CJ Philemena Mwilu, who is in the dock PRIMARILY because the despots are REVISITING the Supreme Court's nullification of their theft,” read Miguna’s tweet.

His words come a few hours after DCJ Mwilu was arrested and arraigned before the Anti-Corruption Court where she was charged for abuse of office for personal gain, corruption related activities and unlawful failure to pay taxes among others.

Justice Mwilu was represented by a battery of lawyers who included Siaya Senator James Orengo, John Khaminwa, Haron Ndubi, Daniel Maanzo, Nelson Havi, Julie Soweto, Jackson Adele, Edward Waswa and Okong'o Omogeni.

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