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Miguna’s woes ‘paints ugly’ BBI and handshake

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The frustrations Miguna Miguna is facing epitomises the hypocrisy of Kenyan politics of “change and Kenya mpya”, Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen has said.

Murkomen on Wednesday said blocking the lawyer’s return to the country paints ugly the BBI and the handshake which was a symbol of unity between ODM leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta.

“If we can’t embrace MM with his divergent ideas how shall we pretend to unite a nation? MM should be facilitated and not frustrated,” he tweeted.

The Elgeyo Marakwet Senator proceeded to say that the President had publicly approved Miguna’s return and whoever was blocking him was trying to embarrass his administration.

“As far as I am concerned President Kenyatta gave orders which orders he restated publicly that Miguna Miguna, his views notwithstanding, is welcomed back home. Those frustrating MM are outrightly sabotaging the head of state, embarrassing his administration and denting his legacy,” he said.

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