Kenyan opposition firebrand hits at Raila over Uhuru handshake, deportation saga
Miguna questioned Mr Odinga on why his deportation to Canada remains standing
In a series of tweets on Friday, the National Resistance Movement (NRM) leader wants Mr Odinga to come clean on the peace truce with Mr Kenyatta which he says was a move aimed at duping Kenyans.
He sought to know why his deportation to Canada remains standing while Odinga, on the other hand, is being hailed as a statesman after the truce, despite having taken a mock presidential coronation which was termed "treasonous" by the government.
He asked Raila to explain to him if commissioning his oath of office as The People's President was a wrong move.
After Miguna was denied entry into the country on March 26, Mr Odinga stepped in to have him allowed into the country but his efforts proved futile as he was deported for a second time to Canada. He was first deported on February 6 days after swearing-in Mr Odinga in a mock presidential oath.
Immigration officials said Miguna needed to apply for a tourist visa in order to be allowed into the country.
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