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‘Ignore Me At Your Peril,’ Miguna Tells Raila After NASA Leader Declared Allegiance To Magaya And Ndii

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Self declared NRM general Miguna Miguna has said that Raila Odinga can only ignore him at his own peril. He said that by swearing him in gave Mr. Odinga a political lifeline.

The lawyer David Ndii and Magaya are not members of NRM, but members of NASA . He said that NRM is not a political party but an organic revolutionary movement that does not seekĀ  power through the ballot but seeks power through the people directly through the exercise of their sovereignty in the streets.

Read: USA Maintains That Raila Swearing In Would Be Unhelpful To Kenya

Miguna will be back in Kenya in March and said that he intends to take the NRM Global tour to take him to cities in UK, Europe, parts of Africa then back to Kenya next month.

He says that Raila Odinga told that Norman Magaya receive Sh. 30 million from the Jubilee party to drop the petition against Nairobi governor Sonko. He said that David Ndii had openly rejected the idea of swearing in and that is why they were silent about his deportation because the y were celebrating.

The former senior adviser to Raila said that if he would not have sworn in Raila they would be at his funeral singing dirges.

Miguna said that he helped Raila not to be relegated to the dustbin of history

“The only person that protected Raila Odinga from being relegated to the dustbin of history is me,” Miguna Miguna said. The general said that the youth in Kenya listen to him and are waiting for his instructions.

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Written by Merxcine Cush

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