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How Miguna predicted Raila's meeting with Uhuru

The General saw it coming

In an interview held earlier in the year, Miguna had insisted that the only time dialogue would happen was after Odinga had been sworn in as people's President.

The outspoken lawyer added that  NASA's parallel swearing in would force President Kenyatta to come to the negotiation table.

"There is not going to be any dialogue until Raila Odinga is sworn in as President. There can be no dialogue between Uhuru Kenyatta and the civilian Odinga. Once Raila is sworn in, dialogue will happen between two Presidents - Raila the People's President and Uhuru the Jubilee President," Miguna stated.


Miguna would later boldly swear Odinga in as President at a public function at Uhuru Park, even as some NASA leaders insisted on alternative measures to push for dialogue.

Interestingly, after the Kenyatta-Odinga meeting, the communique issued by the government referred to the former Prime Minister as His Excellency as opposed to the official title of "Right Honorable".

The  NRM General has since been deported over his role in conducting Odinga's parallel oath.


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