Miguna Miguna Miguna reveals 3 conditions necessary for opposition supporters to accept Moses Kuria's message

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Miguna Miguna gives his verdict on Moses Kuria's warm reception in Homabay

Moses Kuria with Gladys Wanga in Homabay play Moses Kuria with Gladys Wanga in Homabay (Nation)

Deported opposition activist Miguna Miguna has given his verdict on the warm reception accorded to Gatundu South legislator Moses Kuria in Homabay yesterday.

Miguna poured cold water on Kuria’s message of peace and reconciliation, pointing out that there will be no forgiveness as due process was not followed with the same mistakes likely to be repeated.

He took a swipe at the opposition leaders, labelling those extending the red carpet welcome to the Gatundu Senator as desperate hypocrites.

play File image of Miguna Miguna (Capital FM)


According to the self-declared NRM general no public apology had been offered with no one seeking forgiveness and acknowledging any wrong doing and as such the peace and reconciliation messages amounted to nothing.

In a series of posts on his Twitter account, Miguna called on leaders of the Jubilee administration to apologize for wrongdoings they allegedly committed against Kenyans.

play Miguna Miguna's post on Twitter (Twitter)

play Miguna Miguna's post on Twitter (Courtesy)

play Miguna Miguna's post on Twitter (Twitter)


Yesterday saw Moses Kuria make a grand return to Raila Odinga’s home turf of Homabay, preaching reconciliation and peace.


Accompanying him during the tour was his erstwhile political enemy Homabay Woman Representative Gladys Wanga.

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