Miguna Miguna Sends Message to Raila on Mashujaa Day

  • Miguna Miguna and Raila Odinga during the swearing-in at Uhuru Park in Nairobi, January 30, 2018 Daily Nation
  • Miguna Miguna on Saturday sent a request to Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga as Mashujaa Day celebrations kicked off.

    Taking to his social media, the lawyer urged the opposition to negotiate for his return to the country on the basis that he (Miguna) was a citizen by birth.

    He further added that he had diligently served the Former Prime Minister and was as such not deserving of being denied entry.

    "Practice what you preach. I was born in Kenya, just like you. I have never renounced my Kenyan citizenship. I was your senior-most adviser from 2008-2011. I vied for the position of governor in 2017," he stated.

    Miguna Miguna

    Miguna added, "Fight for justice; not HandCheques!"

    In a separate post, the advocate stated that the Mashujaa Day should be about fearlessness, courage and integrity in the struggle against injustices, inequalities and excesses in our society.

    "Those who perpetuate, support or surrender to injustices, oppression or inequality under the guise of peace cannot be Mashujaa," he tweeted.

    His statement was in response to Raila's Mashujaa message where he urged all to strive together united with a singular aim of making Kenya a better place for all.

    "As we commemorate Mashujaa Day let us use this opportunity to reflect on the heroic efforts Kenyan Women have made towards the betterment of our beloved nation," he stated.

    Raila Odinga