Miguna Warns Raila over his Relationship With Uhuru Hours After Itumbi Arrest

Controversial lawyer Miguna Miguna has warned ODM leader Raila Odinga to be wary of his relationship with President Uhuru Kenyatta just hours after a one time President Uhuru’s close confidant Dennis Itumbi was arrested.

Through his Twitter account, Miguna who is in Canada after being deported in 2018, warned Raila saying that the ‘Mafias’ (Uhuru) has no ‘brother ‘or ‘friend’ and can easily kick their friends out after achieving their goals or targets.

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NASA supporters and their leaders scampering for safety after Police lobbed tear gas canisters at them during 2018 demonstrations. Photo/File

He was reacting to the arrest of Dennis Itumbi who was a Secretary of Innovation, Digital and Diaspora Communication in the Office of the President but later kicked out in 2018 and eventually arrested on Wednesday for alleged connection with the fake ‘murder’ letter.

“Like Jomo Kenyatta, Daniel Moi and Mwai Kibaki before him, Uhuru Kenyatta will betray everyone for self-preservation and Mafia perpetuation. If Despot Uhuru Kenyatta has betrayed who helped impose him as president in 2013 and 2017, the means nothing,” said Miguna

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2018 after election street demonstrations in Nairobi that left many injured and dead. Photo/COURTESY

Miguna wondered how Raila Odinga and his friend Kalonzo Musyoka had been tricked into siding with Uhuru when it was clear that in 2017 general elections, the government tortured, maimed and killed thousands of NASA supporters who were protesting the ‘stolen’ results. He observed that soon, the two will be treated just like Itumbi.

The lawyer termed Itumbi ‘collateral damage’, stating that the main target in the ongoing war is Deputy President William Ruto and not his foot lieutenants.

He further castigated President Kenyatta over his recent spat against DP Ruto, saying that as the President of Kenya, he is more responsible for the alleged crimes committed by Ruto as they are a team and he is the leader.

Miguna thought that Raila was initially championing to stop Uhuru Kenyatta from making Kenya a Mafia private estate but wondered how the ODM boss is currently so used to being a slave that he even turned against him and embraced Uhuru who stole his victory in 2017.

Miguna concluded in a tweet urging Kenyans to continue fighting for their liberation from the ‘oppressive regime’ saying that Odinga had dumped them and was no longer their saviour.

This comes at a time when a peaceful demonstration at Uhuru park set for June 1st failed to kick start. The demonstration dubbed BRING BACK MIGUNA DEMO was set to push the government to allow Miguna back into Kenya after being deported in 2018 for allegedly taking part in illegal swearing in of Raila Odinga as the People’s President in Uhuru Park.



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