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Fiery Lawyer Miguna Miguna Remembers Moi

Canada-based Kenya lawyer Miguna Miguna has finally broken his silence over the death of President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.

Miguna who was exiled the first time in the late 80s by the regime of the late president, a few minutes ago wrote:


The BBC called for my views about the dead Dictator Moi at midnight and I told them that Moi left a horrible legacy of destruction in Kenya. Whereas Kenyatta had shot Pinto, Mboya, killed hundreds in Kisumu and dumped JM’s body in Ngong; Moi constructed TORTURE CHAMBERS.


On behalf of the 10,000 innocent Kenyans Moi butchered during the Wagalla Massacre; the 20,000 students, KAF soldiers and civilians he murdered after the 1982 coup attempt; and Titus Adungosi, Ochuka Raballa, Obuon, Okumu, Dr. Ouko, Oyugi Ogango and others.

On behalf of the millions of innocent Kenyans who have and will endure systematic, artificial but grinding poverty, unemployment, institutionalized tribalism, nepotism and theft of public resources, I wish to express regret that Moi died without being punished for his crimes.


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