Miguna: I used Ksh.274K to repair my house after gov’t raid


File image of Lawyer Miguna Miguna. PHOTO| COURTESY
File image of Lawyer Miguna Miguna. PHOTO| COURTESY

In Summary

  • In the court documents filed by lawyer Dr. John Khaminwa, Miguna says he used Ksh.274,000 as payment for repairs on his house.
  • He claims the money was used by his designer to renovate his house after it was allegedly destroyed by state officers when they raided his home on February 2, 2018, and arrested him.
  • Miguna’s designer, Edgar Monsey Oriedo, said that when he inspected the house he saw glass pieces scattered all over inside and outside the house and the window panes to the main door broken.

Kenyan-Canadian lawyer Miguna Miguna has filed an affidavit in court showing the amount of money he allegedly used to repair his house located in Runda, Nairobi County.

In the court documents filed by lawyer Dr. John Khaminwa, Miguna says he used Ksh.274,000 as payment for repairs on his house.

The outspoken former Nairobi gubernatorial candidate claims the money was used by his designer to renovate the house after it was allegedly destroyed by state officers when they raided his home on February 2, 2018, and arrested him.

Miguna’s designer, Edgar Monsey Oriedo, said that when he inspected the house he saw glass pieces scattered all over inside and outside the house with the window panes to the main door broken.

According to Mr. Oriedo, the bedroom door and locks were irreparably damaged and the staircase windows completely shattered as well.

He said he repaired the steel door with glass panes, the bedroom doors, kitchen window panes, toilet window panes, verandah lamps, door locks, padlocks, painting as well as other repairs.

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