/Dr. Miguna Miguna Denies Links to Deputy President William Ruto

Dr. Miguna Miguna Denies Links to Deputy President William Ruto

Deported Kenyan-Canadian lawyer Miguna Miguna has distanced himself from any links to Deputy President William Ruto.

Miguna, through a series of tweets, categorically stated that he has never had any relationship with DP Ruto and blamed the rumors on people working for President Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.

“For hypnotic zombies, my message is this: There has never been any link, connection, or relationship between me and @WilliamsRuto,” he noted.

He added: “The #coronacoalition new punching bag @WilliamsRuto has BLOCKED me on @Twitter since 2017 during my BLISTERING CAMPAIGN against all the Kenyan despots and conmen.”

Miguna further accused Uhuru and Raila of blocking him on Twitter, adding that the reason why they forcefully removed him from the country was that they feared him.

“I don’t miss their empty Tweets. Their messages add no value to the lives of Kenyans. In fact, they are EMBODIMENTS of the culture of impunity,” added Miguna.

Miguna was first deported in February 2018 days after his arrest over his role in the mock swearing-in of Odinga on January 30th, 2018. The immigration department later said that Miguna was in Kenya illegally as he had renounced his Kenyan citizenship when he acquired a Canadian passport.

The following month, he attempted to return to the country but was banished after spending several hours at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) detention facility.

Miguna’s trip back to Kenya in January this year was aborted midway after the government issued a red alert barring all airlines from flying him to the country or any other African nation.

After getting stuck in Europe for a week due to the embargo, Miguna was forced to return back to Canada.

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