If the courtroom was a boxing ring, Kenyan lawyer Philip Murgor would be a prizefighter.
Murgor once served as the country’s Director of Public Prosecutions. There he gained a reputation as an uncompromising, even overzealous crusader in the fight against corruption, something that would later see him kicked out of the office. He blames his ouster then on corrupt officials within the then Mwai Kibaki regime.
He now wants to be Kenya’s fifth President, facing off against an incumbent on one hand, and a political coalition with far more experience than him on the other.
Can he pull off a surprise, or is Murgor punching too far above his weight to win?