Political activist Miguna Miguna says he has – in a book – detailed everything that happened before, during, and after the 2017 Kenya’s general election.
Speaking on Hot 96FM breakfast show on Tuesday, November 20, Miguna said the desire to “panel beat” the Kenyan society’s leadership gave him the inspiration to write the new book titled: “Treason: The Case Against Tyrants and Renegades”.
“Nobody has produced a real book either on Mwai Kibaki, Raila Odinga’s premiership or on Uhuru Kenyatta. A society does not improve itself if you don’t panel beat it. That is what I am trying to do,” he said on phone from Toronto, Canada.
“Donald Trump only came to power two years ago, and well over 30 books have been written [about him]. Unfortunately in Kenya, you are allergic not only to thinking, but also writing,” said the former Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant.
“What I have written is bigger than ‘Peeling Back the Mask’. Readers will be able to contextually understand what happened when I was abducted until the point when I was forced into exile,” added Miguna.
“Treason: The Case Against Tyrants and Renegades” is a 450-page book, which will officially hit the shelves on December 20, 2018.
The book is Miguna’s seventh publication, with the most notable one being “Peeling Back the Mask”.
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