Miguna announces NRM's global action starting next week

This is after the government declared NRM a criminal group and deported him to Canada

“To #NRMKe generals, soldiers, members, supporters and followers WORLDWIDE: Starting next week, February 19, 2018, I will embark on an # GLOBAL MOBILIZATION & RECRUITMENT TOUR. I will meet and strategize with our FORCES in North America, Europe, Asia & Africa. VIVA!’ said Miguna.

He also said that he will have meetings with NRM members from North America, Europe, Asia and Africa to strategize on ways forward.

The General also said that he was ready and that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto could only fight him hiding.

“The DEMAGOGUES can only hide and attack me under the cover of darkness. To the DESPOTIC DUO @UKenyatta and @WilliamsRuto: Come out of your "national security" hiding dungeons and face me in open court. The #NRMKe General is ready!” he said.

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