Kenya: Ignore Odinga, Boycott of Products Still On - Miguna

Nasa leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta when they met at Harambee House in Nairobi on March 9, 2018.

Self-declared National Resistance Movement general Miguna Miguna has urged opposition supporters to ignore Raila Odinga's change of heart of the boycott of products of four companies.

Raila had on Tuesday announced an end to boycott against products of four companies for their alleged roles in last year's hotly contested general election.

The four companies are Safaricom, Bidco, Brookside and Haco Industries.

"Our supporters are now free to use products from these companies we'd asked them to boycott last year," said Mr Odinga.

Dr Miguna however is still on a resisting mode and he quickly tweeted that Raila's annoucement should be ignored.

Patriots, ignore @RailaOdinga's purported "lifting" of the boycott against companies that are were involved in the electoral theft of 2017, the subversion of the rule of law and the constitution. He doesn't own #NRMKe or the #RESIST movements! Continue the RESISTANCE! #RESIST!!

- Dr. Miguna Miguna (@MigunaMiguna) May 1, 2018

This is how Kenyans reacted to Dr Miguna's tweet.

@AbonyoR replied; "I am already in the supermarket buying brookside milk."

@JuniorMajuma added; "Already natafuta line yangu ya @SafaricomPLC."

@JeffOdhiambo18 wrote, "Done deal... We won't #Resist anymore. Anyway, who are you to oppose Baba??"

@GariOtieno stated; "We are no longer resisting janyando right now am in mall buying brookside products u can still resist in Canada hapa Kenya Raila have lifted the boycott."

@opinya tweeted; "Who listens to Raila anymore. You are the one at helm. Resistance is ongoing General."

@SteveMa07164822 wrote; "Sorry. We follow Raila not Miguna. So the boycott ends... ."

@PhilipTipaku stated; "Time to resist is over General. What we need is Reconciliation and come together as one nation n build our economy."

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