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You are not a man of God, stop pretending, Miguna tells Uhuru

Curtis Otieno
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President Uhuru Kenyatta. [Source/ Anjeyo]

Controversial lawyer Iguana Miguna has once again hit out at President Uhuru Kenyatta, this time questioning his religious belief.

In a tweet on Thursday, Miguna questioned Uhuru’s involvement in the ‘Biblia Kwa Wote’ initiative by the Bible Society of Kenya which seeks to translate the Bible into more local languages.

Uhuru on Friday presided over the National Bible Translation Fundraising Dinner at the Nairobi club, a move Miguna has relegated to insincerity, arguing that his actions suggest otherwise.

He accused the President of repeatedly engaging in election theft and presided over the killing and maiming of people deemed to be in support of his opposers and rivals.

‘’Mr. Tyrant @UKenyatta: First, your parents were looters and murderers. Jomo murdered Pio Pinto Ghama, Mboya, JM, etc and plundered public resources, wealth which you inherited unjustly. You have stolen elections, murdered and maimed Kenyans. You are not a man of faith or of God,’’ he claimed.

Miguna who unsuccessfully vied for the Nairobi gubernatorial seat in the last general elections has remained a vocal critic of Uhuru even after his deportation to Canada.

He has also been in the front-line in criticizing Deputy President William Ruto and his former ally opposition leader Raila Odinga for what he termes engaging in unhealthy politics.

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