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Miguna reveals Kenyans' enemies

Curtis Otieno
NRM leader Miguna Miguna in a past event. He says that Kenyans are to blame for the nation's shortcomings. [Photo/Daily Monitor]

National Resistance Movement (NRM) leader Miguna Miguna now says that the nation is facing a leadership crisis.

In a tweet Saturday, Miguna, however, noted that Kenyans are partly to blame for some of the challenges they are facing, blaming them for leaving leadership in the hands of the wrong people.

He said that Kenyans' biggest mistake is to have allowed looters of public resources murderers and miscreants to hold powerful and influential leadership positions, observing that they are now out to achieve their greedy aims at the expense of the nation and its people.

"The greatest mistake we made as Kenyans is to have allowed murderers, looters, and miscreants to preside over the highest offices in the land and to use those offices against the public interest for too long," he revealed.

The firebrand lawyer who is yet to come to terms with the President Uhuru Kenyatta-led Jubilee government re-elections in last year's August and October polls noted that the government has succeeded in preventing Kenyans from enjoying their nationalism.

The controversial barrister, therefore, said that kicking it out is the first step towards bettering the situation.

"The best start to correct the mistake is defeating President Uhuru Kenyatta," he added.

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