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‘Uhuru is chasing ganja and other illusions as Kenyans die of hunger’, Miguna Says

Lawyer Miguna Miguna, NRM General.

The president’s trip to the Caribbean has drawn criticism from one of the most fierce public defenders, the self styled NRM General Miguna Miguna.

Uhuru last week went to Jamaica and also visited Barbados where he held talks with leaders from both countries.

State House released a statement saying that President Uhuru’s visit was meant to discuss revitalizing bilateral relations, strategies for African common prosperity and cooperation in multilateral issues of mutual concern, which is just a lot of english for ‘to look for new markets for the Kenyatta family’ interests.

In a Twitter post, Dr. Miguna castigated the president for not being serious on issues affecting Kenyans.

A local daily had reported that the president’s trip cost the taxpayers a whopping Kshs 190 million.

Here is what Miguna had to say:

To spend Kshs. 190 million of public money (a highly deflated figure) chasing phantoms, ganja and other mythical illusions while tens of millions of Kenyan youth die of hunger and treatable diseases is worse than mass murder. #UhuruMustGoNow

Despot Uhuru Kenyatta has no capacity to articulate any ideas that would positively impact on the world. The billions spent on Kalonzo Musyoka’s still-birth diplomacy, looking for Ambassador Amina Mohammed a job at the African Union (AU) and other reckless endeavours have denied Kenyans funds for basic needs.

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