Boycott Kirubi’s Haco Tiger Products – NASA Supporters Advised

President Uhuru Kenyatta with Chris Kirubi

haco tigerNational Resistance Movement (NRM) general, Miguna Miguna has asked opposition supporters to boycott Haco Tiger Industries products.

”We have unveiled a new company which NASA supporters must resist. It is called Haco Tigers Industries, belonging to one Chris Kirubi,” he said.

Speaking at the Okoa Kenya offices, the lawyer accused the company of being involved in electoral malpractices during the August general elections.

Some of the products that the opposition supporters were asked to resist include: Bic pens, Sosoft, Miadi, Haco pegs, Ingrams.

Also on the boycott list is Safaricom, Bidco and Brookside Dairies. The three, Miguna stated had suffered billions in loses.

On Tuesday, the opposition threatened to call for a boycott of Nation Media Group products. The media house, they said was trying to sabotage them through unfair reporting.

Read: NASA Changes Raila’s ‘Oath’ Taking Venue

”By this letter, we are putting the Nation Media Group on notice that if this trend does not stop immediately, NASA will have no option but to call on its supporters to take the company as an impediment to the realization of electoral justice, police reforms, independence of the Judiciary and strengthening of Devolution, among other issues NASA holds dear,” the letter read in part.

Miguna insisted that Raila Odinga’s swearing in ceremony was going to take place as planned.

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