Miguna’s tough response after reports he is in Nairobi

The mysterious general

The reports emanated from a video of a Miguna look-like that was posted on the internet.

The matter was brought to Miguna’s attention by a Twitter user, @SalomeLugard.

In his characteristic no-nonsense approach, Miguna advised Salome, who also is well-known to him, not to be distracted by the people distributing the video – terming them as “idlers”

“Salome, don't be distracted by idlers in Nairobi,” he tweeted.

Salome tried to save face, “Thank you General, I thought you were within the coordinates. Viva”.

But the General was still not impressed as he responded, “Of all people, even you can send me such an insensitive message? Jesus Christ!!”

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