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Jimmy Wanjigi Bought Pen Worth Ksh. 250,000 For Raila Swearing In



Political Activist and lawyer Miguna Miguna yesterday came up with fresh details of the events that led to the swearing in of Opposition Leader Raila Odinga.

Miguna who was hosted by Jeff Koinange on Citizen TV stated how many leaders behind the swearing in Plan developed fear and chickened out of the plan in the last minutes.

According to Miguna, many items they had prepared for the swearing in were not brought forth at Uhuru Park on the material day including a pen that Jimmy Wanjigi had bought worth Ksh. 250,000.

“The pen that Jimmy Wanjigi had bought for the occasion allegedly costing 2,500 dollars was also missing, which means they were not ready for it,” said Miguna.

According to Miguna, Raila also got scared at the last minute and only showed up at the venue over fear of losing trust in his supporters.

“They came to the park and did not bring the chair, the oath, the platform, the emblem. In fact, had I not brought the oath, the seal, pen and emblem, he would not have been sworn in. A Bible I had used to swear him in at Karen was missing,” said Miguna.

He further spoke on his deportation saying that both President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila feared that he was a threat to them.

“I am a threat to both Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta because, since Raila did not make it to the presidency in 2017, he would have been forced to make me the president being the king maker that he is,” he stated.