UoN Students to Stage Demonstrations Against the Arrest and Detention of Miguna Miguna

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“Miguna Miguna was once a UoN student and vibrant SONU leader, and forever remains a comrade. If the General shall not have been released, the CBD shall know no peace. Once a government reigns in defiance of the court, it already sets the platform for anarchy.

We, therefore, take this opportunity to warn the public to avoid the CBD, and should anyone come, please wear rubber shoes and trousers or tracks. Comrades shall endeavour to seal all roads heading to the CBD. We apologize in advance for any inconveniences or damages to be occasioned”, this is the message that the University of Nairobi students fraternity have woken up to find being preached in all their campuses.

The students are urging the public to stay away from the Central Business District in Nairobi as there allegedly might be running battles between their members and security officers.

Led by a number of the student leaders and leading aspirants in the race for UNSA top jobs, the thousands of students are planning to match to the Milimani law courts where Miguna Miguna is supposed to be taken to by 9.30 am today and register their displeasure with how the state has mishandled the NASA lawyer’s case.

Miguna Miguna was arrested on Friday, shoved around the city using different cars and finally taken to a police station in Kiambu county. According to his lawyer, the court granted him a bail of ksh 50,000 pending his presentation in court on Monday but the police ignored the court order and allegedly moved him to Lari Police station though the officials have denied the claims. The police also failed to produce him in court on Monday as had been directed forcing the Magistrate at Milimani law courts to issue orders that the self-declared NASA general is presented in court today at 9 am by Inspector general Joseph Boinett and DPP George Kinoti.



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