Miguna Miguna Ready to ‘Swear in’ Trump as People’s President

Just a day after Kenyans came out to humorously call on the Canada based lawyer Miguna Miguna to swear in Donald Trump as the US People’s President, the controversial lawyer has come out to answer the calls.

Taking to his social media sites on Wednesday evening, Miguna caused a stir online after generously accepting the offer and going ahead to tag the incumbent President Donald Trump.

Humorous calls to have Miguna swore in Trump came on Wednesday after many Kenyans sensed an impending defeat to the Democrat candidate Joe Biden, who for the better part of Wednesday, was leading Trump by 224 Electoral College votes against 213.

Many called on Trump to seek Miguna’s services, saying the controversial self-proclaimed general was experienced in matters law as well as controversial presidential swearing functions as witnessed in 2018 when Miguna swore in Raila as Kenya’s People’s President after a defeat to Uhuru Kenyatta.


And while responding to both his fans and Donald Trump, Miguna expressed his willingness to swear in Trump, urging the incumbent to get in contact with him for discussions.

Miguna started by describing himself as an experienced law guru who is currently based in Ontario Canada. He went ahead to advise the embattled Trump to get in contact for a detailed discussion on fees and other incidentals that the controversial swearing-in will involve.

“To Mr. @realDonaldTrump: I am an experienced Barrister & Solicitor in Ontario, Canada. I have received instructions from millions of Kenyans asking me to swear you in as “The People’s President.” Please get in touch so that we can discuss my fees and other incidentals. MM”

Miguna’s remarks came at the time Trump has appeared to have rejected the results of the US presidential election where he is trailing Democrat Joe Biden.

Speaking on Wednesday, Trump vowed to challenge the results in the Supreme Court claiming his rival and the Democratic Party had “stolen” his votes.

“They are finding Biden votes all over the place; in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan. So bad for our country,” stated Trump who had earlier on declared himself as the impending the winner

“Our lawyers have asked for “meaningful access”, but what good does that do? The damage has already been done to the integrity of our system, and to the presidential election itself” he added.

As of Thursday, Joe Biden had already opened the gap, garnering a total of 253 college votes against his close competitor Trump, who is trailing at 213 votes. One is supposed to garner a total of over 270 votes to be declared the next US President.

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