Miguna unveils companies he allege Raila and his ally extorted money from during the NASA boycott

Raila went behind our backs and sent Hon. Junet Mohamed to extort money from the companies -Miguna Miguna

According to Miguna, Raila turned the boycott mission to bring “companies and crooked cartels who have subverted the Constitution, undermined the rule of law and rendered our democracy useless” into a profiteering mission and sent his allies to extort money from the companies.

Taking to Twitter, the fiery lawyer alleged that as opposition supporters heeded the call to boycott products from companies including Safaricom PLC, Brookside Dairy and BIDCO, Odinga sent Junet Mohamed to extort money from the companies.

In a bare knuckle attack, Miguna labelled Raila a “Traitor” and promised to give daily doses of “Truth and Facts”.

We are going to publicly expose, shame and fight against all the Kenyan tyrants, despots, cartels, thieves and their surrogates with the best REVOLUTIONARY weapons available against the culture of impunity - TRUTH and FACTS. There will be daily doses until they fall. Viva!” Miguna wrote.

He however failed to disclose if the alleged extortion mission was succesful or which compenies yielded to the alleged demands of the extortionsits.

His expose comes just a few days after opposition boss Raila Odinga declined to talk about him on a television interview with a local TV station.

Odinga divulged that he tried to save the fiery lawyer during his deportation ordeal at JKIA but he was adamant and thwarted his efforts.

The former premier termed the self-proclaimed NRM Kenya general as an ungrateful and dishonest man

Other companies that were targeted during the boycott include Haco Tiger Industries associated with billionaire Businessman Chris Kirubi with different media houses receiving warnings on their alleged bias in covering news.


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