Self-proclaimed National Resistance Movement (NRM) strategist Miguna Miguna was on Sunday detained by police officers in Mombasa as he drove to meet with National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga.
The police had erected barriers on roads from the airport and those leading to Kilifi, where the NASA brigade was holding its People's Assembly launch at Kikambala, Kilifi County.
The former gubernatorial aspirant has since come out to state that the "illegitimate" administration of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto is "desperate and weak."
In his social media post, he expressed his displeasure with how he was treated as he was allegedly confronted by 50 police officers.
"What does it show? Desperate, weak & crumbling despots," posed Miguna referring to the Jubilee administration.
The lawyer has severally trolled Kenyatta and Ruto's leadership especially during and after the August 8 General Election.
There had been reports that Odinga would use the occasion to take the oath of office after the one set for Tuesday, December 12, failed to take place.
The opposition announced that the NASA leader's swearing-in would happen before the year ends.
[caption caption="NASA leader Raila Odinga"][/caption]
"There will be no business as usual until a democratically elected President assumes office," NASA leader stated in a Facebook post.
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