Kenya: How Miguna’s House Was Raided By Police (Photos, Video)

The National Resistance Movement (NRM) self-declared General Miguna Miguna has been arrested by police at his home in Runda.

Miguna and Ruaraka Member of Parliament Tom Joseph Kajwang’ were at the Centre of the Uhuru Park event and are said to have played a major role in Raila’s oath ceremony.



Police raided his Runda home on Friday morning. [Courtesy]

The arrest comes three days after National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga was ‘sworn-in’ at Uhuru Park a move that has been highly criticized by the Government.

Miguna was among the people who were at the centre of Raila’s oath-taking ceremony.[Courtesy]


Miguna Miguna’s Runda home.[Courtesy]

TJ Kajwang’ was arrested on Wednesday by flying squad while at Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi.

At the time of his arrest, Miguna Miguna was at his home.[Courtesy]

The MP who was later released on Sh.50,000 bail on Thursday was charged with administering Raila oath and attending an illegal assembly.


Meanwhile, Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has outlawed NRM movement and vowed to arrest those associated with after investigations into Raila’s swearing-in are concluded.


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