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Miguna offers Khalwale role during his return
By Vincent Kejitan | Updated Jan 03, 2020 at 13:52 EAT
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Boni Khalwale, Miguna Miguna
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“Ha. When are u coming to Kenya? I would cherish a breakfast meeting with u at the same ka-place we met on the morning after the night the dreaded Flying Squad almost sent me to the other world,” posed Khalwale.

Miguna swiftly responded by saying: “Even three-year-olds and chickens in Kenya know that the 5-Star Decorated General Miguna Miguna will land at the JKIA on January 7, 2020 at 9:25 p.m.

Canadian-based lawyer Miguna Miguna is set to jet back into the country next week and has offered former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale a role during his return.

Miguna, who revealed that he will touch down on January 7, 2019, asked Khalwale to look for dancers to welcome him.

This is after the former senator enquired when he will touch down saying he would love to have breakfast with him.


“Ha. When are u coming to Kenya? I would cherish a breakfast meeting with u at the same ka-place we met on the morning after the night the dreaded Flying Squad almost sent me to the other world,” posed Khalwale.

Miguna swiftly responded by saying: “Even three-year-olds and chickens in Kenya know that the 5-Star Decorated General Miguna Miguna will land at the JKIA on January 7, 2020 at 9:25 p.m.

“Organize the SIKUTI DANCERS and Exhibit your marvellous footwork. We must liberate Kenya. Viva!”


On Monday this week, President Uhuru Kenyatta reiterated that there is freedom of expression in the country saying no one should be afraid to speak their mind.

While addressing mourners in Kandara, Murang’a County, during the funeral service of the late Charles Rubia, the head of state appeared to comment on Miguna’s planned return saying no one will interfere with his plans.

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“No one has been gagged from expressing their opinion. I have heard that some people want to board a plane and come back into the country.

“Let them talk…that is their right. But they should use that freedom to spread peace and national cohesion,” said Kenyatta.

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