Former aide to Raila Odinga, Miguna Miguna, has revealed he cast his ballot for President Uhuru Kenyatta in the August 8 election which was later annulled by the Supreme Court.
Appearing on NTV on Tuesday, October 31, Miguna said he, however, regrets making the decision as Uhuru has come out as a tyrant eager to rule by force.
He said it is unfortunate that Uhuru is celebrating his controversial win in the divisive fresh election conducted on Thursday, October 26.
"I made a big mistake of voting for Uhuru Kenyatta on August 8. I regret that. I did and I regret. Because Uhuru Kenyatta perpetrated a fraud on Kenyans, I will never ever support him. Uhuru does not respect Kenyans, he does not respect the principles of democracy," Miguna said.
He further said Uhuru is doing all this because he believes he was born a leader.
Miguna vied for the Nairobi governorship seat and lost to Jubilee party's Mike Sonko.
He was a close ally of Raila Odinga before they had a major fallout that saw him write a book, "Peeling Back the Mask', where he exposed what he called Raila's rot.
However, since the nullification of the August 8 election, Miguna has been gradually singing the same song with Raila and indeed NASA as he castigates Uhuru and his administration.
As reported by TUKO.co.ke, IEBC declared Uhuru the winner in the repeat election boycotted by his main challenger Raila Odinga.
Uhuru got 98% of the votes cast but Raila has dismissed the win and called for civil disobedience and non-cooperation by his followers.