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Photos: The Story Of Miguna Miguna’s Two Wives

Photos: The Story Of Miguna Migunas Two Wives
Photos: The Story Of Miguna Miguna’s Two Wives

Controversial politician and NRM General Miguna Miguna’s family is little known as they rarely appear in public and shy away from public appearances.

There has been not much information about his wives, but the most known lady of his life is his Kenyan wife and her name Jane Miguna.

Married to Miguna Miguna for almost 20 years now, Jane is not Miguna’s only wife. His first lady was Tracey Wynter Miguna and she is a Caribbean born living in Canada.

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Miguna got into a relationship with Tracey in 1995 and they lived in a single bedroom apartment in Toronto’s Chatham Avenue as he could not afford a bigger place.

Miguna’s relationship with Wynter started only after a few months after Miguna had been admitted to the Bar.

Wynter gave birth to Atieno Juma at Wesley Hospital in 14th July of the same year. Jane Miguna, on the other hand, gave him three children with two of them being twins.

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Jane and Miguna’s love story is one that has left admiration among many.

After his fall out with Wynter and a few years into a relationship with Jane, Miguna visited Jane’s home and met her family and began a courtship that culminated into a traditional customary marriage performed on 6 August 2000.

Jane lives in Canada with their children in a bid to protect them from the dangers of Miguna Miguna’s involvement in active politics.

The NRM General has in the past taken to social media to pour his heart out with a heartfelt message, leaving netizens in awe.

“To my lovely wife, the mother of my children. Happy Birthday and enjoy Mother’s Day. The struggle is well watered and fertilized by organic African beauty! Aluta Continua! Viva,” Miguna wrote.

Check out his wife Jane and family below:
Miguna Miguna family photos
Miguna Miguna wife photos
By Njeri Wambui

 

About Miguna Miguna 

 

Miguna Miguna is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya. He practices law as an attorney, a barrister and solicitor in Toronto, Canada. Miguna served as a senior adviser to former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga from 2009 to 2011.[1][2]

Early life and career

Miguna was born in Magina, Kenya. He attended Apondos Primary School in Magina Village-Nyando before proceeding to the prestigious Njiiri School in Murang’a for his high school and then the University of Nairobi, where he became a student leader in 1986 and 1987.

He was detained by the Moi regime and expelled from the university in 1987 for championing multi-party democracy in Kenya.

Upon his release, he fled to the neighbouring Tanzania on foot where he was granted asylum by the UNHCR, staying there briefly before being granted asylum in the Kingdom of Swaziland. Subsequently, he was granted permanent political asylum in Canada in 1988, where he continued to pursue his higher education.

He obtained a Bachelor of Arts in political science and philosophy from the University of Toronto in 1990 and thereafter studied law at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University in Toronto, obtaining a Juris Doctor degree in 1993.

He was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1995. He obtained a Masters of Laws (LLM) from the Osgoode Hall Law School of York University in 2001.

Miguna served as the Coordinator for the Committee for Democracy in Kenya (CDK) from 1988 to 1994.

He articled at the civil rights law firm of Charles Roach (Roach, Schwartz and Associates) in Toronto setting up his law practice where he stayed until 2007 when he returned to Kenya.He was admitted to the Kenyan Bar in 2008. Source-https://en.wikipedia.org/

Photos: The Story Of Miguna Miguna’s Two Wives

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