Uhuru embarrassed in London by an angry crowd [VIDEO]

Uhuru security was forced to whisk him away

His security personnel was forced to whisk him away in a dash as the crowd demanded President Kenyatta to respect the rule of law.

From videos circulated on social media, the protesters are heard demanding justice for Canadian –based lawyer Miguna Miguna, who was deported from the country under controversial circumstances.

Members of the  crowd were waving placards inscribed with the words Born Kenyan forever Kenyan, Respect the Rule of Law.

Also in the crowd was Mr Kenyatta’s supporters  who were shouting: Uhuru is justice. They were also carrying placards with messages expressing their support for Mr. Kenyatta’s Big Four Agenda in his second term as President.

Here are the videos:

PRESIDENT UHURU WHISKED AWAY BY SECURITY IN LONDON FROM BEING

UHURU KENYATTA EMBARRASSED BY KENYANS IN LONDON

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