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Miguna “opens Peter Kenneth’s corruption files”


Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Miguna Miguna has implicated former presidential candidate Peter Kenneth in a corruption scandal at Kenya-Reinsurance Corporation Limited.
Kenneth dropped his presidential bid to vie for Nairobi governorship on a Jubilee Party ticket.
However, Miguna says Nairobians are not ready to vote for another “corrupt” leader to head the Nairobi City County government.
“To my brother @Peter_Kenneth, welcome to the 2017 Nairobi gubernatorial race. I’m going to open your corruption files soonest.
“Hansard, October 23, 2002, p. 2639: Opposition MPs exposed @Peter_Kenneth’s fraudulent attempt to “sell” Kenya-Re to the “Zimbabweans. It took the bravery of 3 MPs who obtained a Court Order and stopped the BRAZEN THEFT of Kenya-Re by @Peter_Kenneth and his KANU-era cartels,” Miguna said is a series of tweets on Sunday.
Miguna went ahead to ask members of the public who have any corruption dossiers, files and documents on Kenneth to send them to him to expose him further.
“I’m going to spare no one in the war against corruption and misfeasance in public office. If one is clean, s/he has nothing to worry about.
“Nairobians made a terrible mistake when they elected @KideroEvans who had bankrupted Mumias Sugar Co. They cannot elect another plunderer,” Miguna said.

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