Warm Reception For Miguna in Kisumu By Anti- Baba Crowd....

[SIZE=7]Miguna Miguna Lands in Kisumu to a Warm Reception[/SIZE]
[li]By MARK OBAR on 28 October 2022 - 5:53 pm[/li]



Lawyer Miguna Miguna landed at Kisumu Airport to a warm reception punctuated with traditional songs and dances on Friday, October 28.

Kisumu residents, led by former Kisumu County senator, Fred Outa, handed Miguna a bouquet of flowers.

Miguna reiterated his stance on pursuing justice and filing a lawsuit against former government officials he accused of a witchhunt.


“I am from Kisumu County, the former Nyanza Province. I understand that some cartels and despots claimed that I was not a citizen of the Republic of Kenya,” Miguna slammed the administrators in ex-president, Uhuru Kenyatta’s, administration.

He also asserted that he had returned home to lead his people out of political servitude to a wonderful freedom that would wholly be guided by principles of constitutionalism.

“Peace must be based on justice. Peace cannot be based on falsehood,” he added.

Outa, who recently decamped from Raila Odinga’s ODM, accompanied to back President William Ruto in the August 9 polls, accompanied the lawyer for a prayer and thanksgiving ceremony at ACK Maseno East in Ahero.

Bishop Joshua Owiti presided over the prayer service. In the meeting, Outa called on Kisumu residents to accord the activist a befitting welcome devoid of any violence.

“Miguna Miguna is our brother, and we must accord him the respect he deserves,” Outa stated.

Miguna will be touring and holding meetings with various groups across the larger Nyanza region.

The controversial lawyer returned to Kenya on Mashujaa Day, Thursday, October 20, after over four years of forced exile in Canada.


Apitie octopus atoe kutu ya Canada

Hahaha kutoa kutu, Hollywood blackbaster movie.That lamu cap will elavate like a drone seeking substantive within the law.

Wewe hufikiria na matako .takataka ya mtu

:smiley: Malenge and his coterie of hecklers starting and congregating in threads about the one man they just love to hate.

Niliwaambia hizi zenu ni @KeleleZa Chura. Mlikua mmengoja arushiwe mawe lakini wapi.

Hi body,
There is a Swahili proverb that goes like this,
“Goma ikiwa tamu mwishow hupasuka” end of qoute!


This is just sycophancy. If Miguna is sooo inconsequential in terms of uprooting Rayila, why all the noise? Then he also gets it wrong from the get-go; why would Ruto now need Miguna to counter Rayila, when he essentially dethroned him and sent him into retirement in spite of his dalliance with the establishment?

The writing is on the wall but you just don’t want to -or just can’t- see it.

Uhuru tenure meet it’s objective, keeping genelo mwitu under element. Historical this has been done and it worked perfectly.

Internet worriorism is a just trend,that has not been tested locally let alone Africa machirik.
Dethroning baba requires cow herd’s with huge horns.

[SIZE=7]Miguna Dares Ruto to Give Raila Powers, Warns Him of Consequences[/SIZE]
[li]By MARK OBAR on 10 December 2022 - 7:02 pm[/li]
A photo collage of Lawyer Miguna Miguna (left) and President William Ruto (right).
Lawyer Miguna Miguna on Saturday, December 10, threatened to rally the country to defeat President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza administration.

Miguna confirmed his intention to stage a large-scale campaign against Ruto should he try to launch a campaign supporting constitutional change.

The Advocate noted with concern that Ruto and his political coalition were coating a disaster by suggesting constitutional amendments.

"If Kenya Kwanza wants to invite their waterloo the way Napoleon did in 1815, let them call a referendum on their attempt to mutilate the Constitution of Kenya. “We dare anyone to try,” Miguna cautioned.

Miguna Miguna in his office in Canada

He also reminded the President against forgetting the Kenya Kwanza agenda, which championed the rule of law and anti-constitutional changes.

The Advocate asked Ruto to focus on his development agenda and avoid unnecessary distractions.

“That wasn’t the platform on which William Ruto was elected! Thank me later,” he added.

According to Miguna, Kenyan Constitution is almost perfect and does not require any form of amendments as proposed by the president.
“I will say it for the avoidance of doubt. There is nothing wrong with the Constitution. No defect. No errors.
Nothing that requires amendments or mutilations,” Miguna asserted.

He noted that Kenyans required an honest and consistent implementation of the Constitution through the available channels.

The veteran lawyer underlined that he was ready to kick start a movement to protect the Constitution from unnecessary amendments.

On Friday, December 9, President William Ruto wrote to Members of Parliament, asking them to consider amending the Constitution to create a position for the Leader of the Opposition in the Constitution.

The head of state also asked MPs to craft supportive legislation and dimensions within which the Official Leader of the Opposition will hold the government to account.

In response to Ruto’s directive, Activist Waikwa Wanyoike, on Saturday, December 10, threatened to take action against President William Ruto.

Wanyoike warned that he will lead Kenyans in opposing any constitutional amendments should Ruto implement plans to create a new office for the opposition leader, Raila Odinga.