In what is set to be a hotly debated and controversial claim, the illegally exiled Kenyan-Canadian lawyer Miguna Miguna has now come out to allege, not just potentially incriminating, but also defamatory accusations, against the Embakassi East member of parliament, and ODM member, Babu Owino.
Miguna Miguna who traced his allegations back to the period when Babu Owino was apparently still at the University of Nairobi, went ahead to accuse him of being involved in the murder of not just one, or two, or even three University of Nairobi students, but as a matter of fact, many innocent students.
In a scathing tweet against the legislator who he referred to as a thug, he called upon the courts to revoke the bail terms under which he is now free, and demanded that his case be heard while he is in custody. He said this while alluding to Dickson Njanja Mararo who is accused of shooting two police officers and a woman at Quiver Lounge and Grill in Nairobi, and was hearing his bail application.
Miguna Miguna further alleged that Babu Owino had not been called to account for killing many innocent University of Nairobi students, and wasn’t to be left to get away with the shooting of DJ Evolve.
His tweet read,
Dr. Miguna Miguna
THUG Babu Owino should also be tried while in custody. Babu has never been called to account for killing many innocent University of Nairobi students. He must never get away with shooting DJ Evolve twice in the neck! Babu must be jailed!
Mararo is the suspect behind the shooting of two police
officers and a woman at Quiver Lounge in Kasarani, Nairobi.
The DPP through Evelyne Onuga submitted several reasons as
to why Njanja should not be released on bail.
Onunga informed Milimani trial magistrate Esther Kimilu that the businessman who is currently being held at Gigiri police station attempted to cause the death of two officers Festus Musyoka, Lawrence Muturi and waitress Felistas Nzisa by shooting them at a close range.
The prosecution wants the accused person detained saying
that if released on bail he’s highly likely to threaten, intimidate, interfere
with any of the state witnesses. The court is set to make a decision today.