, Miguna Lectures Ndindi Nyoro on Being a ‘Foolish’ Sycophant
An illustration of Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro. The MP told Citizen TV on Tuesday that he is an unapologetic sycophant of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto [Photo, Courtesy]

Canadian Based Lawyer Miguna Miguna on Wednesday lectured Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro not to be a sycophants of fellow Kenyan politicians whom he described as despots.

“Ndindi Nyoro and other sycophants: Be a sycophant for substantive justice, social justice, electoral justice, fairness, equality, equity and integrity. Stop being a sycophant of individuals especially despots who loot and murder” Miguna said.

According to fiery lawyer, being a sycophant to an individual negates your mind and implies that you cannot think for yourself. It invalidates your claim to leadership.

Miguna advised the controversial MP to serve the interests of Kenyans and not that of “selfish and retrogressive individuals who have only brought Kenyans poverty, hunger, plunder, electoral injustice and death”

Miguna told Nyoro: “Don’t be proud that you are a fool”

The Kiharu MP told a local TV station on Tuesday that he is an unapologetic sycophant of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.

“I am a sycophant and I don’t regret that name. I am a sycophant of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto,” he said.

Ndindi said that he has always defended the Jubilee regime with all his strength.

“When I believe in you like I believe in Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto, and whether you come and arrest me in Kiharu, it may not change much,” he said.

Ndindi is on record for asking President Uhuru Kenyatta during the 2017 general elections to suspend the constitution and rule with an iron fist.

“If Wakora rule against the people of Kenya tomorrow, the President should declare a state of emergency for 6 months and suspend the constitution. Within this period, he should rule by the fist, make Judiciary a department of the Executive and redeem our country from dark force” the MP posted on Facebook.

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