Why Moses Kuria is disappointed with the Government after deporting Miguna
Someone is sleeping on the job
Kuria said that someone in Kenya is sleeping on their job after only Miguna was deported, comparing it to the coup attempt in Turkey in April last year, that saw the Tayipp Erdogan government jail 47,155 people and their leader exiled.
“After the April 2017 coup attempt in Turkey, the government of Tayipp Erdogan jailed 47, 155 and banished the coup leader Fethullah into exile. Someone in Kenya is sleeping on the job. Only one deportation so far? Wacha nirudi nyumbani,” said Kuria’s Facebook post.
The legislator’s sentiments come days after Miguna Miguna was deported back to Canada for attending and administering the oath that Raila Odinga took in Uhuru Park on January 30, as President of the People’s Republic of Kenya.
Kuria in his post raised concern that officers mandated with dealing with lawlessness are sleeping on their job as more should have been done to the people who attended the swearing-in ceremony.
The deportation of the self-declared National Resistance Movement general was authorized by Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i on grounds that the vocal lawyer had denounced Kenyan citizenship and was no longer a Kenyan citizen.
Miguna was deported on Wednesday.
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