Former presidents Kibaki, Moi sued for historical injustices

By Halligan Agade

A displaced cleric Reverend John Mbugua has sued the government, retired presidents Daniel Moi as well as Mwai Kibaki, US Republican presidential contender Donald Trump her majesty the Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain and 90 others over historical injustices.

In suing former president Moi, he claims that he ruled Kenya with an iron fist and brought Kenya’s economy to its knees.

He argues that Moi must return all the benefits he has received as a result of retired president’s benefits act which was declared null and void by the court.

Former president Mwai Kibaki has also been included in the petition based on the allegations that he was the vice president in a regime that witnessed wanton destruction of forests and water towers mainly Mt Kenya, Aberdares, Kaptagat, the largest water catchment area Mau, Cherengani among others.

That Kibaki nearly signed all detention orders as Vice President and minister for home affairs in charge of prisons.

He further claims in the documents that the first Attorney General of Kenya Charles Njonjo failed greatly as the principal Government legal advisor to address the plight of Mau Mau fighters and instead criminalized them.

Judicial Service Commission has not been spared either on claims that they advertised the  auction of vehicles at the judiciary, where Mercedes-Benz models are being sold at a throw away price yet each one of them was bought at over 2 million shillings Kenyan tax payers money.

The petitioner argues in his documents that  Donald Trump one of the main candidates in the 2016 presidential elections that he has threatened to deport millions of foreigners in the US including Kenyans living abroad and that this will amount to a catastrophe major than world War I and ll.

He has also sued Israeli embassy alleging that they harassed him and took his finger prints in the pretext that he was a terrorist.

Pending hearing and determination of the case, he wants the court to direct that all leaders associated with looting land in the country compelled to return the land.

He also prays that illegal immigrants from foreign countries to give back the land they own in Kenya to original owners with the 600 years interest of slavery and brutality.

Mbugua wants   heroes or mashujaa be given jobs as advisors of Government in the office of President, Governors, counties and universities so that they can give historical and cultural facts of this country.

And that the remains  of Legends Waiyaki Wahinga in Kibwezi, Kimathi Waciori, Mekatelili wa Menza be brought and laid at parliament buildings together with other heroes.

 

  

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