Kenya: Miguna Miguna Launches 'Kidneys for the King'
By James Murua, 18 February 2013
Former adviser to Prime Minister Raila Odinga and controversial author Miguna Miguna launched his second book Kidneys for the King at the Panafric Hotel on Nairobi's Valley Road last Saturday morning. The event was attended by several of his supporters including longtime friend Onyango Oloo (not to be confused with the Oloo who is the TNA party secretary general).
The new book contains information from the time he was working for the Prime Minister as well as possible scenarios for the March 4 election. The title of the book is from the threats he allegedly received from supporters of Raila.
"They called me and said that they would come for my kidneys and thus the name of the book," Miguna said.
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