See how MIGUNA MIGUNA reacted after DPP NOORDIN HAJI revealed that UHURU’s Kikuyu community was the most corrupt tribe in Kenya?


Thursday March 14, 2019-Exiled lawyer, Miguna Miguna, has reacted after the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Noordin Haji, revealed that the majority of Kenyans facing corruption cases are from President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Kikuyu community.


In an exclusive interview yesterday, Haji disclosed that out of 415 people his office has taken to court on graft charges, 141 are Kikuyus.

Reacting to Haji’s expose, Miguna poked holes in list observing there was no senior Government official from the populous community who had been charged.

He claimed the 141 Kikuyus fighting graft cases were "clerks and messengers", adding that the DPP deserved no praise since he has not nabbed the big fish.

"Apparently, President Uhuru Kenyatta's hand-picked DPP Noordin Haji has stated that 141 Kikuyu clerks and messengers have been "charged with corruption-related offences."

"No names. And not a single Kikuyu CS, principal secretary or parastatal head, yet some are cheering him on," he said.

Miguna further claimed the Kikuyu community occupies 70 per cent of all senior positions in the Government and accused them of perpetuating runaway corruption.

"Kenya is made up of 50 million people and 45 ethnic communities. But it is a fact that one ethnic group comprise more than 70 per cent of cabinet secretaries, principal secretaries, CEOs and other senior Government officials who have presided over the runaway graft," said Miguna.

The Kenyan DAILY POST


  1. M observation indicate an enduring third rule for Kikuyu.. even in Jail, the 737 Max 8 that went down last sunday-30% of Kenya victims were Kikuyus, or teaching or private employment .. Kiyuyu seem not to take anything less than 30%. whether goodies or calamities.

  2. It goes without saying the population is big. Go even to mortuaries,
    majority are kiuks.

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