Peeling Back the Mask: A Quest for Justice in Kenya

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On August 4th 2011 the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kenya, Raila Odinga, announced, through the local Kenyan media, that he had suspended Miguna Miguna indefinitely without pay as his senior adviser. In his explosive new memoirs, Peeling Back the Mask, Miguna Miguna explains why he rejected the Prime Minister's subsequent offer of reinstatement and exposes Mr Odinga's lack-lustre leadership questioning his progressive credentials and claim that he is an agent of change. Peeling Back the Mask presents a true insider's account of the intrigues, discussions and power plays that have occurred in Kenya's corridors of power in recent years. This is a must read for everyone interested in social justice and good governance in Africa. Peeling Back the Mask also delves back to tell the remarkable tale of Miguna's early life, from humble origins, through privations and hardship, his university days and his years as a practicing lawyer overseas. A heartwarmingly personal African story.

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Miguna Miguna served as a senior advisor for coalition, constitutional and legal affairs to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kenya, Raila Amolo Odinga between March 2008 and August 2011. He was also a joint secretary to the Permanent Committee on the Management of Grand Coalition Affairs. In 1987, Miguna and five other Students' Organization of Nairobi University officials were abducted, at gun point, detained and subjected to physical, mental and psychological torture. Following his release without trial, Miguna fled to Tanzania, then Swaziland, before he was granted political asylum in Canada. He holds a BA degree from the University of Toronto and both an LLB and LLM degrees from the Osgoode Hall Law School of York University in Canada. He is a member of both the Ontario and Kenyan Bars and practised law for more than 13 years in Canada until his return to Kenya in 2007.

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