The Miguna Miguna led National Revolutionary Movement Kenya (NRMKe) supporters in the United Kingdom blocked President Uhuru Kenyatta`s motorcade in London serving him with one major message: Respect the law.”
The grouped protested about the deportation of the general Miguna Miguna and exposeke.com was able to identify some of the posters written: “Born in Kenya always Kenyan”
however, the group that stimulated a mild drama to protest against Mr. Uhuru in the UK seemed to comprise the two groups.
President Uhuru Kenyatta was in Chatham House, UK where he delivered a speech on a number of issues including his recent truce with opposition leader Raila Odinga.
“Mainstream politics must be responsive to the needs of the people. My working with Raila Odinga must be seen in this context, not in the context of opening up a new political front,” he said.
Behind the scene, a number of Kenyans in the UK staged a protest against the president for allegedly failing to respect the rule of law
According to TUKO reports, the protest had been planned hours before by UK-NASA supporters, however, NRMKe leader Miguna Miguna referred to the group as NRMKe soldiers .
The firebrand lawyers confirmed the event on his Twitter account and also faulted Uhuru Kenyatta`s Government for having unlawfully deported him in the country twice within one month.
“The National Revolutionary Movement of Kenya (NRMKe) soldiers are out in full force in London, the UK, today, telling off the Chief Despot, Uhuru Kenyatta, that he must Respect the rule of law and rights of all Kenyans. The despots must fall! Viva!” Miguna said on Twitter.
Dr. Miguna Miguna
The National Revolutionary Movement of Kenya (NRMKe) soldiers are out in full force in London, UK, today, telling off the Chief Despot, Uhuru Kenyatta, that he must RESPECT THE RULE OF LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS of all Kenyans. The despots must fall! Viva! Share widely!
6:36 PM – Apr 17, 2018
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Grippingly, President Kenyatta delivered his speech at the same venue where the opposition leader Raila Odinga stood a few months ago.
Raila`s speech at Chatham House last year faulted Uhuru`s Government for electoral malpractices. By then, Uhuru supporters in the UK also camped outside Chatham House convicting the opposition leader for surfacing turmoil in the country.