I Intend To Run For Nairobi Governor Seat – Miguna Miguna

I Intend To Run For Nairobi Governor Seat – Miguna Miguna

Radical Miguna Miguna, a Kenyan lawyer, has announced his desire to compete for the Nairobi governor seat in the upcoming August General Elections.

The controversial lawyer, who has been in Canada since his deportation in 2018, claims that as a Kenyan citizen, he is still eligible to run for the seat.

Miguna, who ran for the same seat in the 2017 elections but lost to former Governor Mike Sonko, says he hasn’t given up hope of serving the city’s citizens.”I plan to run for the Nairobi governorship.” In an interview with KTN News on Wednesday night, Miguna declared, “I am a registered voter and I can run for government.”

Miguna stated that he will not be running individually like he did in his previous election, but that he will unveil the political party he will run under soon.”I’ll be running for a yet-to-be-named political party.” “Wait for the announcement; if my mind changes, I’ll let you know,” he said.

Miguna has been out of the country since March 2018, when he was forcibly deported in a sequence of dramatic circumstances.

He joins a long list of Kenyans who have indicated interest in the governorship of Nairobi.
Westlands MP Timothy Wanyonyi, Makadara MP George Aladwa, Governor Ann Kananu, former KNCCI president Richard Ngatia, and businesswoman Agnes Kagure are among those who have filed bids for an Azimio La Umoja ticket under Raila Odinga. Senator Johnstone Sakaja and Bishop Margaret Wanjiru of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, led by Deputy President William Ruto, have indicated interest in the seat.

He joins a long list of Kenyans who have indicated interest in the governorship of Nairobi.