- Kenyan government critique says a man who killed people does not deserve any honor but condemnation
Dr. Miguna Miguna has rubbished all Nairobi’s plans to have an honorary eulogy of the former Kenyan president, Moi who died aged 95 yesterday.
While justifying his take, Dr. Miguna Miguna used his social media channels to dispute the anticipated four day honor for Moi. Miguna contests the arrangements and pronounces them to be hypocritical. ‘I’ll live to see the liberation of Kenya. When that happens – and it will and must happen – we will try Jomo Kenyatta, Daniel Arap Moi and all their fellow criminals who destroyed the lives and future of millions of Kenyans. We will punish them POSTHUMOUSLY. That’s a COMMITMENT.’ Miguna wrote on his wall.
‘We will RESTORE all the LOOTED TRILLIONS of Shillings and millions of acres belonging to the People which have been stolen by the Kenyatta’s, Mois, Odinga’s, Nyachaes, Njonjos, and other scoundrels,’ reads another part of his statement.
I'll live to see the liberation of Kenya. When that happens – and it will and must happen – we will try Jomo Kenyatta, Daniel arap Moi and all their fellow criminals who destroyed the lives and future of millions of Kenyans. We will punish them POSTHUMOUSLY. That's a COMMITMENT.
— Dr. Miguna Miguna (@MigunaMiguna) February 5, 2020
The exiled opposition leader further warned Moi and Kenyatta sympathizers to back of his social media wall if they feel bothered by his comments. ‘If you don’t believe in liberation, freedom or the struggle for justice, just shut up, keep off my TL and pursue whatever you believe in,’ he warns.
Miguna Miguna is a former Raila Odinga luminary who sacrificed much for the Kenyan opposition leader during the 2017 presidential elections. Upon Kenyatta’s victory, Miguna was deported and has since been denied entry into Kenya despite a court directive granting him relief.