Miguna Miguna harassed in Lucy Kibaki’s burial
07 May 2016, 13:55
Nairobi - Political commentator and activist Miguna Miguna was Saturday harassed by security officers at Othaya Approved Grounds during the funeral service for Former First Lady Lucy Kibaki.
Miguna was ordered to remove his belt and other personal necessities from his pocket for security vetting at the entrance.
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However, he did not resist the instructions though not happy.
Wearing a suit, spectacles and Muslim cap, Miguna was the only one who was frisked to that level among all dignitaries.
The jovial Miguna, who had arrived around 9.00am, later wore his belt as he made his way to the main tent.
He later joked with photo-journalists saying that he was a common citizen and is the reason why he was frisked like no other guests.
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