Controversial lawyer Miguna Miguna has sent a strong message to President Uhuru Kenyatta ahead of his planned tour of Jamaica next week.
Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, Miguna advised Uhuru not to visit Marcus Garvey and Bob Marley’s tombstones.
In his usual no-holds-barred style, the firebrand politician criticised the president claiming that visiting the tombstones would dishonour the two legends.
“You have burnt Kenya to the ground; massacred the constitution, the rule of law, democracy and freedom fighters; and institutionalized tyranny and looting. Don’t desecrate Marcus Garvey’s and Bob Marley’s tombstones,” he posted.
Next week, President Uhuru will depart for Kingston, Jamaica, for a State visit at the invitation of The Most Honourable Andrew Holness, Prime Minister of Jamaica.
The president and the Jamaica Prime Minister are expected to discuss and explore opportunities for enhanced bilateral relations between the two countries.
Reports also suggest that Uhuru is expected to visit the late Bob Marley’s museum in Kingston, as well as the shrine of political activist Garvey.
Marcus Mosiah Garvey was the father of Black Nationalism and the Pan Africanism movement.
He was the inspirational figure behind the Rastafarian movement in Jamaica, the Nation of Islam and the early civil rights movement in America.
Garvey was arguably the original black revolutionary and his teachings and philosophies have lived on through his extensive writings and speeches.
His life journey has inspired a lot of people around the world including the late King of Reggae, Bob Marley.