Said he: “Chillingly, as my effigy and ‘coffin’ were being burnt and buried in a mock funeral in Nyando by Raila’s fanatics, the Prime Minister failed to see the need to restrain his supporters. He didn’t openly call for peaceful and reasoned debates as we would expect of someone claiming to be a statesman.”
He added: “As a mob was holding my funeral procession, calling for my ‘deportation to Canada’, threatening my brother and his family, Raila’s intellectual groupies were unleashing a coordinated assault on my character and reputation through the media.”
Miguna reiterated that “Raila must be audited, vetted and weighed thoroughly for his record in public life before he can be found to have satisfied the requirements for election.”
On Sarah Eklderkin; “I don’t have the time, interest or the intention of arguing with Sarah over a book she has clearly not read. She answers herself at pages 496-498 of my book as well as in her article, “Keep It Real and Keep It Balanced” published in the May 19, 2011 issue of the Star newspaper in which she corroborated each and every claim I have made in Peeling Back the Mask. Readers should be aware, nonetheless, that I have more than fifty emails from Sarah confirming the runway corruption in the Prime Minister’s Office. If I was like Sarah, I would have unleashed them in defense of myself. But I am not going to bore my readers with details of the rot of and around.”
Editor’s note: Following the statement disowning Miguna Miguna’s Face book account, we wish to apologise to our readers and Mr Miguna Miguna for erroneously misrepresenting his views. The Standard Digital also takes this early opportunity to apologise to Ms Sarah Elderkin for any embarrassment caused by the article. There was no malicious intention in publishing the article.