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Miguna Miguna shames Raila over lies he told abroad

Miguna Miguna corners Raila with the truth

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The self-declared NRM general accused the opposition chief of peddling lies while he was behind his woes, terming his recent actions “unspeakable cruelty”.

During a public lecture in the United Kingdom, Raila alleged that Miguna was deported after he declined to handover his passport, against his advice and that of the legal team representing the embattled lawyer.

In a quick response, Miguna took a swipe at Odinga, revisiting the events that saw him deported and stating that “Raila Odinga had come there to supervise my torture, my assault and my forceful exile”.

Miguna maintained that Odinga had resorted to peddling lies “in order to cover for his betrayal of his supporters. In order to justify torture and sedation. In order to justify forceful exile.”

During the address, Odinga claimed that he had gone to great lengths to secure his safe entry into the country and told him to return after reaching a deal with president Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure the same.

Miguna maintained that according to court orders, he was to enter the country as a Kenyan Citizen as if he had never left in the first place, maintaining that the demand for him to produce his passport was suspect.

“A passport does not vest citizenship. Birth does.” Stated Miguna. He maintained that he has at no time renounced his citizenship as claimed by State agencies.

He further accused Odinga of giving up the fight for reforms in exchange of payments and forgot about his supporters.

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