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Miguna Fingers Sakaja For Corruption And Supporting Finance Bill, Releases His Number To Kenyans

Through his X handle, Dr. Miguna Miguna castigated Sakaja for supporting the controversial Finance Bill 2024 that contains poisonous tax proposals

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Kenyan Lawyer Dr. Miguna Miguna on June 24 came out guns blazing and directing his anger towards Nairobi Gov Hon Johnson Sakaja, refering him as Cartel.

Through his X handle, the outspoken lawyer didn’t waste even a second when he openly shamed the Nairobi Governor for opposing such a punitive Finance Bill 2024 that contains poisonous tax proposals that will eventually hurt the common Man.

In his allegations, Miguna claims that Sakaja is part and parcel of the group of leader Allied to Pres William Ruto that has been drumming support for the bill that has seen Kenyans especially the younger generation protest against it without feat of being arrested.

Miguna Miguna gestures during a past media interview

Migina Miguna gestures during a past media interview

As though calling Sakaja cartel wasn’t enough, Dr. Miguna Miguna escalated the biff abit higher when he shared Johnson Sakaja’s phone number for Kenyans to say hi to him, a current trend that has seen leaders who support Finance Bill get wrath of Kenyans.

“This cartel thief supports the punitive #FinanceBill2024 and is looting billions of public money in Nairobi. Please greet him for me: 0721326070. #RejectFinanceBill2024 #TotalShutDownKenya,” Miguna wrote on X on June 24.

Additionally, Gov Sakaja has been receiving criticsm from both Nairobians and Kenyans at large over his inability to sort out Nairobi’s drainage mess, Massive looting as well as bribery at city Hall among other social vices.

Nairobi Gov Johnson Sakaja

Nairobi Gov Johnson Sakaja

It remains to be seen how Sakaja will shake off the bad leader tag ahead of the upcoming 2027 that could end him rendering him jobless.

That aside, the issue of Finance Bill has escalated to a point whereby Churches have also joined the growing list of organizations and institutions that feel Pres William Ruto and his KK administration at large need to do something to lower the burden of taxation.

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