Self-proclaimed National Resistance Movement (NRM) general, Miguna Miguna,who is still in exile in canada in his social media tweets mocked the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga was addressing an empty stadium when he launched his presidential bid at Kasarani Stadium on Friday. “’ Wow! Look how “full” the Conman @RailaOdinga’s […]
Miguna, who has been in exile in Canada for almost three years, is currently enduring cold winters in Berlin, Germany after the Kenyan government stopped him from coming back to his home country.
“Why don’t you ask Raila Odinga whose instructions you acted under, to refund you the 50K? “This level of idiocy is nauseating,” Miguna wrote.
Speaking in a interview with a local TV station, the embattled lawyer insisted that as a Kenyan citizen, he has undergone alot as the government continues to frustrate his bids to return to his mother country. “I have a right to go home, I have not been home for four […]
We shall receive him well, take him to makeup artists who will chop off his beard and make his face brown with Copper Girl, plait his hair with Brazilian extensions, get him a big black lace power-bra stuffed with cotton, lend him a kitengi three-piece dress, and then smuggle him into Kenya on a bodaboda motorbike passing through those Usofia panya routes where uniformed soldiers eat bribes that allow people through the porous borders.
According to the letter it states that Miguna booked flight AFA835 from Berlin Brandenburg International Airport to Paris connecting on November 15.But he did not board the aircraft.
However, drama is expected at JKIA because Miguna had earlier been slapped with a “Red Alert” tag. The tag reveals him as a dangerous passenger; making it difficult for Airlines to fly him.
Although the self proclaimed general has not shared the details of their findings after the search,their move to initiate the search has really triggered Kenyans to wonder what they might have realized at the University.
“I will proceed with my journey as previously communicated and in accordance with Justice Chacha Mwita’s order of December 14, 2018, and Justice Weldon Korir’s order of January 6, 2020,” read his statement.
Khaminwa told the court that they had already made plans led by retired Chief Justice Willy Mutunga and Law Society of Kenya president Nelson Havi to travel to Canada and accompany Miguna back home but they fear no airline will allow him to board their plane.