Miguna reveals how media has been spreading lies

He is hospitalized in Dubai

Miguna who has been communicating through his social media pages said that Kenyan media had refused to accord him the opportunity to tell his story and that it had continued to tell lies.

“Why does the Kenyan media keep repeating lies instead of conducting a comprehensive interview with me so that I can explain what happened at the airport when I arrived; at the immigration counter; at the luggage claims area; when and after I was abducted; when the goons tried to force me into the Air Emirates flight on March 26th; what happened during my 3-day illegal and incommunicado detention; what happened before I was drugged; and what has transpired since I was forcefully dumped at the Dubai International Airport?” said part of his post.

He also questioned why no one had made an effort to reach him even through a phone call to get the truth from him.

He spent 3 days locked up at JKIA after attempts to force him into a flight by the General Service Unit (GSU) police failed.

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