Exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna has sent out a message to Kenyatta University students, after they disrupted Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s speech, chanting the name of one of his fiercest critics Bobi Wine.
Miguna Miguna’s message after Kenyatta University students disrupted Museveni’s speech with Bobi Wine chants
They chanted Bobi Wine's name!
In a tweet, the self-declared NRM General congratulated the Kenyatta University students for heckling at President Museveni.
He went on to say that it would even be better if the students chased away tyrants like President Uhuru Kenyatta, Opposition Chief Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto.
“Bravo Kenyatta University patriots for chasing away @KagutaMuseveni today. But the best news is when patriots publicly chase away their despots - Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, @RailaOdinga and @WilliamsRuto - otherwise today's occurrence would be an act of cowardice. #FreeStellaNyanzi,” said Miguna Miguna.
His words come a few hours after Kenyatta University students disrupted the Ugandan President’s Friday public lecture on integration with Bobi Wine chants.
In a move seen as a direct protest to President Museveni's government, the students who were outside the venue were heard chanting Bobi Wine's name over and over again.
Bobi Wine was one of five MPs arrested on the eve of a parliamentary by-election in the north-west town of Arua, after President Museveni's convoy was pelted with stones by their supporters.
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