Miguna Miguna has suffered an asthma attack while in custody. According to Edwin Sifuna who is the advocate representing Miguna, the officer in charge prevented him from giving him his medication.
He aid the OCS became hostile preventing Miguna from receiving his treatment.
Its true. We recieved info that Miguna has suffered an Asthma attack. I have with me an inhaler but the OCS has become hostile. He wont let me see my client to give him the medication. #FreeMigunaMigunaNow #freemigunamiguna https://t.co/K6pQnyz3SG
— Edwin Sifuna (@edwinsifuna) February 4, 2018
@JosephBoinet @FredMatiangi Not only is it inhumane for your officers to deny Miguna access to his asthma inhaler or care by his doctors but to also defy court orders and detain him unlawfully. Love him or hate him, he deserves to be treated in a just manner. #FreeMigunaMigunaNow pic.twitter.com/nWdMWg5Vkb
— Hon. Esther M Passaris (@EstherPassaris) February 4, 2018
Miguna Miguna was retained at the station despite the court ordering that he be released on bail.
He was arrested on Friday following the controversial swearing in of Raila Odinga, He also asked NRM supporters to remove portraits bearing the picture of Uhuru Kenyatta from their business premises.
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