Uhuru's trip to Canada tainted by Miguna's insults

Miguna has no chills

The self-declared NRM General has sensationally claimed that President Kenyatta has been shunned by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the ongoing G7 summit that is taking place in  Quebec city.

Miguna used President Kenyatta's tanga tanga remarks, and even went ahead to claim that the Kenyan Head of State was "smoking and drinking whiskey" in Quebec.

"The illegitimate despot is TANGATANGARING in Quebec City in the Province of Quebec. He will be smoking and swishing Whiskey 24/7. There are no trade, agriculture, technology, education or health discussions scheduled between him . Zilch," the lawyer claimed on his Twitter account.

Miguna, who holds dual citizenship in Kenya and Canada, has been in forced exile since February when he was deported by Interior CS Fred Matiang'i.

The NRM General's efforts to return have been frustrated by the Kenyan government despite numerous court orders that have nullified his purported deportation and ordered the Immigration department to facilitate his unconditional return to the country.

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