Miguna Miguna wants the National Resistance
Movement and the National Super Alliance de-linked
– The self appointed NRM general based this demand
on NASA’s move to postpone Raila Odinga’s swearing
in as the people’s president of Kenya
– Miguna disowned the move and called on supporters
to be calm and wait for word from NRM on the matter
Self appointed National Resistance Movemen t
‘general’ Miguna Miguna set social media abuzz
when he called on opposition supporters to
disregard the National Super Alliance co-leaders’
position on the postponement of Raila Odinga’s
swearing in ceremony.
In a tweet and a series of replies to NASA
supporters, Miguna went ahead to call for the de-linking of NASA and NRM.
Taking to social media on Monday, December 12,
in responses seen by Mitego.co.ke, Miguna said
NRM will give the way forward on Raila’s swearing in as it had no part in NASA Coalition’s decisions.
National Resistance Movement self appointed general, Miguna Miguna.
ANNOUNCEMENT: The NRM wishes to state that it had
no role in the “postponement” of the swearing in of The
People’s President made by @MusaliaMudavadi
yesterday. That was @CoalitionNASAKe ‘s decision.
#NRM will give a way forward in the next day or so.
Please remain calm & focused.
2:36 PM – Dec 11, 2017
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Dr. Miguna Miguna
In a series of replies from stunned followers,
Miguna clarified that Kenyans seeking justice
were not concerned about “leadership structures” as
NASA is a coalition of four parties whose aim is
to get power through the ballot
NASA co-leaders (l-r) Moses Wetangula, Raila Odinga,
Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi. All are leaders of
their own political parties.
“The NRM is a revolutionary movement. To @RailaOdinga,
@MusaliaMudavadi and @skmusyoka : The time to
DELINK #NRM and @CoalitionNASAKe is now. Let
@CoalitionNASAKe pursue dialogue as #NRM leads the
revolution. Those in support shout “AYE!” added
When supporters asked him to let Raila to retire
in honour, he categorically said no, vowing that
the illegitimate (Jubilee) regime will fall apart
Another opposition supporter asked him to be
” careful with his divisional talk because any small amount
of provocation will create a rift; and as people are alive to
history with some having moved on, Mudavadi played an
administrative role and the policy should be respected”
Miguna fired back saying there was “no such policy
for me to respect” and that he was not moving on.
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It was Mudavadi who held a press conference to announce
the Coalition’s decision to postpone Raila’s swearing in due to
a number of reasons
According to prior reports, Mudavadi
read out a speech announcing the postponement
of Raila’s highly anticipated, outlawed swearing
in as president of Kenya.
The event was postponed from Tuesday,
December 12, and would have taken place two
weeks after the Judiciary swore in President
Uhuru Kenyatta for a second and final term on
Tuesday, November 28.