Miguna Goes After Kuria’s Neck in Msando’s Murder Claims

The death of former IEBC ICT Manager Chris Msando could be far from over after controversial city lawyer Miguna Miguna told off Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria over remarks that his name should not be dragged into the incident.

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A photo collage of Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria and Miguna Miguna. Photo/File

Taking to his Twitter account shortly after Kuria’s press address, Miguna challenged the vocal legislator to come out and tell the public the truth about the murder.

Miguna, while singling out the word ‘Ubwogable’ which was used by the MP to show that he was unshakable/undeterred concerning the claims, challenged Kuria to publicly give details on how he took part in abducting, torturing and murdering Musando.

“To Moses Kuria: If you would like Kenyans to believe that you are truly “ubwogable,” which is a Luo word meaning FEARLESS, then PUBLICLY present DETAILS on how YOU and Despot Uhuru Kenyatta abducted, tortured, mutilated and MURDERED Chris Msando. Stop meandering,” posted Miguna.

On Monday, Moses Kuria came out to distance his name from allegations that he took part in killing the ICT manager in 2017.

While stating that he was sick and tired of people connecting him to the murder, the MP warned that he will take legal action against anybody who will continue linking his name to the unfortunate incident.

Kuria stated that just like any other responsible leader, he played his role when he reported about Msando’s abandoned vehicle to Kasarani police station in 2017.

The MP was among the first people at the scene where Msando’s vehicle was found after his disappearance. He had indicated that two women had called to inform him of the abandoned vehicle.

However, his appearance at the scene left many Kenyans asking questions on what exactly the MP knew about Musando’s cold murder.

Miguna Miguna was among the first leaders who called for the arrest of the MP alleging that he was involved in Msando’s murder.

Miguna, who was exiled in February 2018 after taking part in the controversial swearing-in of ODM party leader Raila Odinga as the people’s president, has been so vocal against President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila especially after their March 2018 handshake.

The Canada based lawyer has been quoted on several occasions making wild allegations against the two leaders while referring to them as despots who must be thrown out of power through a revolution.

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