Lawyer Miguna Miguna has referred to Raila Odinga as unprintable words on many occasions and at one point called his engineering qualifications into questionHowever, on Sunday November 7th, Miguna’s attack on Raila backfired after apparently failing to understand the post of former prime ministerAfter touring the engineering town in Nyandarua, Raila, an engineer, shared a pun about his social contacts, “Engineer in Engineer”.However, Miguna, who apparently missed the pun, was quick to respond, claiming the ODM leader made a grammatical mistake
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Exiled Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna has had verbal attacks on ODM leader Raila Odinga and other senior government officials for some time.
The Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna, who lives in exile in Canada. Photo: Miguna Miguna.
From media interviews to his personal social media pages, the self-proclaimed Liberation General has called Raila unprintable words and at one point challenged his engineering skills.
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However, on Sunday November 7th, Miguna’s attack on Raila backfired after apparently failing to understand the post of former prime minister.
During his Azimio la Umoja campaigns in Nyandarua County on Saturday 7 November, Raila visited the engineering department in Kinangop sub-county.
On his Twitter, he titled the photos “an Engineer in Engineer” to mean that as an engineer he had visited an engineer (site).
However, Miguna, who apparently missed the pun, was quick to respond, claiming the ODM leader made a grammatical mistake.
“What you tweeted is ungrammatical. The correct English phrase is,” an engineer is an engineer. “What you are not,” said Miguna.
Some of the social media users had the unique opportunity to train the ardent lawyer.
Here are some reactions received from TUKO.co.ke:
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Robert Alai said:
“Travel far. You will know better.”
Lilian Lallow said:
“Correction went south, this hatred is too much.”
Evangeline Ngungi said:
“For this reason we believe that you are not a Kenyan. There is a place with that name, please inform yourself. Please know your country well.”
Manyara Stephen said:
“If you don’t know a place in Nyandarua called Engineer. Do you get the point why the government wants you to stay in your country (Canada)?”
Benson Musungu said:
“You’re just confused. The first engineer is a title, the second engineer is a city in Nandarua.”
Law Rens said:
“When they say Miguna is not Kenyan, you think they are lying.
In other news, ex-TV host Muthoni Mukiri was forced to pull down a not-so-funny meme and deactivate her account after Vice President William Ruto’s supporters came to their arms.
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It all went down on the evening of Thursday November 3, when the former Inooro TV news anchor posted a meme allegedly mocking the Vice President.
On her Facebook account, her post, which appeared to ridicule Ruto’s attempt to pronounce Kikuyu greetings during his Mt Kenya campaigns, got her into trouble and forced her to tear it down in less than 20 minutes.
Legions of Tanga Tanga followers did not take it lightly and a violent backlash came with Ruto’s supporters who accused her of being disrespectful to the DP.
Source: We are in Kenya