The management of Garden Hotel in Machakos turned down Miguna Miguna’s request to hire their conference hall citing security reasons.
This comes in the wake of the recent attacks that have trailed the former Prime Ministers’ aide book publicity trips around the country.
Earlier last week, Miguna was set to tour Machakos Town to market his controversial book, ‘Peeling Back the Mask: A Quest For Justice’.
“We do not want a repeat of what happened in Mombasa and Kisumu in our premises,” said a source from the hotel.
He further said that they would not want to jeopardise their good relations with most of their clients who were allied to the office of the Prime Minister hence the reason they rejected Miguna’s request.
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A fortnight ago during one of his book’s publicity conference, Miguna faced rowdy youths at the Castle Royale Hotel in Mombasa where he lost a shoe and his signature hat. The incident forced police to intervene to restore order.
He was also attacked in Nakuru when he tried addressing a crowd during his tour.
Miguna Miguna’s book alleges that some of PM Odinga’s close associates are embroiled in corruption and that the PM himself was implicated in Kenya’s post-election violence in 2007-08.