Miguna Reacts to Pangani Police Murdering Two Youths For Defying Night Curfew
By Osloh | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Reports have it that cops in from Pangani 6 brutally murdered 2 young men from Mathare who were found loitering during curfew hours. The two men who happened to be friends, Chiloba and Oscar were aged 27 and 24 years.
Well, Solicitor and barrister Miguna Miguna had to comment on such an unfortunate but frequent incident. The deported lawyer via his Twitter account, said that the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, the government and the coalition in the country have been holding huge rallies are not observing the curfew measures and nothing happens. Miguna regretted that it is only ordinary Kenyans struggling to make ends meet who are subjected to the harsh Corona Virus Measures and Protocols and if not observed, they will face it roughly.
“The Impunity Coalition organizes mammoth rallies all over Kenya and do not observe the mythical curfew yet ordinary Kenyans are murdered in droves. Let us organize, mobilize and remove President Uhuru Kenyatta from power with all his illegitimate tentacles!”
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