Miguna reacts to Itumbi’s apology
Exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna seems to have mended faces with popular blogger Dennis Itumbi.
Miguna confirmed this stance via his Twitter page on Tuesday.
“I accept the unconditional apology from Itumbi. He has publicly admitted all his wrongdoings and asked for my forgiveness. I forgive him. We expect him to go beyond his apology and commit to the struggle against tyranny, injustices and inequalities,” wrote Miguna.
The move comes a day after Itumbi, who cheered on Miguna’s double deportation from the country in 2018, alleged he was convinced by senior government officials to do so.
After saying SORRY for joining the Prefecture to cheer on the disobedience of Court Orders on the @MigunaMiguna matter. I add my voice for the #Dictatorship to immediately facilitate the return of Miguna to his home Country. Nothing justifies his continued lock out from Kenya.
— Dennis Itumbi, HSC (@OleItumbi) June 8, 2020
Miguna was twice deported after he played a key role in the mock swearing-in of opposition leader Raila Odinga as the People’s President on January 30, 2018, before a charged at Uhuru Park.