The self acclaimed general of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Miguna Miguna has in an open letter addressed to Nasa’s David Ndii and Norman Magaya, which was posted on his Facebook page accused the two of being opportunists who are out to upset him.
According to Miguna David Ndii, who is Nasa’s strategist and CEO Norman Magaya are imposing themselves on NRM’s leadership without consulting him as the “general” saying that they are just out to sabotage NRM.
“I have just received credible reports about what transpired during your conference call with the Kenyan Diaspora.First, I take issue with the fact that you purported to speak on behalf of the NRMKe, a movement you have not been part of.” read the note in part.
Below is Miguna Miguna full letter to Ndii and Magaya.
Good afternoon, comrades.
For the record, this is what I wrote; so that you don’t receive it in a distorted manner. The Star has distorted it a little.
Good evening Dr. David Ndii and Mr. Norman Magaya; I trust that you are well.
I have just received credible reports about what transpired during your conference call with the Kenyan Diaspora.
First, I take issue with the fact that you purported to speak on behalf of the NRMKe, a movement you have not been part of.
I am aware that none of my fellow NRMKe leaders had been informed about your conference call nor had you had the courtesy of contacting me, as the NRMKe General, before, during or after my illegal abducation, detention and purported deportation.
You both know my local and Canadian numbers including my WhatsApp number.
In fact, neither of you have called or texted me to show solidarity since I was released and forcefully removed from Kenya.
I’ve keenly watched videos and read media reports of the campaign for my release and I have noted, with interest, your singular silence about me.
Neither of you have mentioned my name during the numerous press conferences you have called and statements you have read.
It’s as if you were celebrating about the flagrant abuse of my rights with the Jubilee despots! That’s extremely unfortunate!
Second, you purported to have unilaterally appointed “acting NRMKe leaders.”
I wish to remind you that leaders for movements aren’t appointed; they emerge organically from the movement.
Third, you have apparently announced that you will unveil the NRMKe “constitution and president’s council.” I have no idea what these are except to reiterate the point that movements aren’t NGOs or political parties and they don’t have written constitutions for very good reasons.
Fourth, David, you have been leading the People’s Assembly process. You have never invited me to any of your events. You have never informed me about any of your events. And I have never interfered with that process.
Let’s respect our respective jurisdictional mandates.
And fifthly, I detest very strongly the habitual opportunism and selfish caninbalism that your behaviours are symptomatic of.
Liberation wars are not fought and won on deception and opportunism.
I will not allow you to impose yourselves on the NRMKe.
I’m beginning an NRMKe global tour next week. We would not tolerate any distractions from you.
– Miguna Miguna
Norman Magaya is actively working for Jubilee. He took Kshs. 30m to withdraw the petition against Sonko in retaliation for his failed nomination to IELA. He had vowed to “revenge against Raila” after that. H.E. Railla Odinga himself told me about it. Ndii opposed the swearing in and threatened to lead a walkout from NASA of Kalonzo et al. Ndii shouted at me and made the threats in person in my house. Now that their schemes have flopped, they have conspired to sabotage the NRMKe. We shall not permit it!
The truth will set you free!