Miguna, has commended Deputy President William Ruto for the speech he delivered during the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) National Delegates Conference at Kasarani Gymnasium on Tuesday.
Ruto’s speech was generally bare knuckles towards his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, and opposition supremo Raila Odinga.
To start with, the second in command made holes in the team’s handshake, saying it had caused the nation more damage than great, adding that challenges being experienced are caused by the handshake.
“It is tragic that the only thing I can remember that the handshake has done on matters to do with the economy is to borrow KSh 7 trillion in the last five years,” Ruto said.
Taking to Facebook, Miguna, who is in exile, in Canada, said Ruto’s speech reflected what he has been pushing for quite a while.
“We will not surrender to tyranny. We will not bow to anyone. We will not worship anyone. Kenya does not belong to anyone. Kenya belongs to all of us.
“We will liberate Kenya. Wonderful to see William Ruto and his team echo my message since 1987. Bravo,” Miguna wrote on his Twitter page on Tuesday evening.