The revolutionary seed has been planted and is growing – Miguna after spotting this matatu in Nairobi
Let them recruit 50,000 special squads to track all those vehicles. Bring it on, Baby.
The graffiti, which described Miguna as the General, threw him in an excitement mood, prompting him to post the very photo on his Twitter account, but to his shock, received a backlash from numerous of his followers.
“This was in Nairobi earlier today. The "mustard" revolutionary seed has been planted and is growing. The revolution will not be sabotaged or stopped. Patriots are committed, focused and persistent. Viva!” Miguna tweeted with a photo with the graffiti.
Some in fact asked him to explain who built the road on which the matatu was, but he would evade arguing that the raid was built by common citizens.
“I wonder who built the road the matatu is on,” Phillip Maina posed on Twitter.
Miguna responded: “Ordinary Kenyans build all the roads - physically and through their taxes. That's civics for grade 3 pupils in Kenya.”
Maina added: “I’m not trying to argue with you, in fact I have no need to. I’m part of the generation that is more interested in development rather than the theatrics of politics. But you should keep trying to inspire the masses through Twitter I think it’s working.”
He bragged that if anyone is enraged by the graffiti on the matatus, they should in fact, hire 50,000 special squads to track all those vehicles.
A Meke Muthoka asked: “General, asking for myself and other 99, what we shall do to have a better county?”
Miguna responded: “. Remove the despots. Transform the country and establish a merit-based society. Then you will have social justice, adequate employment opportunities, housing, quality healthcare and education for everyone. There you are. Now, go on. Mobilize!”
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