Here is how JOSEPH Ole NKAISERRY was murdered after a meeting with UHURU in State House! The cover up using Karen Hospital

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By Miguna Miguna

General Joseph Ole Nkaissery was a good friend of mine and a disciplined Kenyan. He donated Kshs. 500,000 (the highest single donation) for my gubernatorial race in 2017.

Days before he was murdered, we met at the Ole Sereni Hotel for lunch and he told me that Uhuru Kenyatta and his close associates had designed a plot to rig the 2017 election then use the security forces to brutally suppress an uprising which they knew would occur thereafter.

Nkaissery told me that he would not allow anyone to use him like they had used General Hussein Ali during the 2007/8 post-election violence, which took Ali to Den Haag. He was determined not to repeat Ali's "grievous errors," as he called them.

At a meeting with Uhuru Kenyatta at State House, Nairobi, on July 7, 2017, General Nkaissery told him that he [Gen. Nkaissery] would not preside over the mass murder of Kenyans. But Uhuru Kenyatta would have none of it.

General Nkaissery was injected with a lethal chemical on his way home from the State House, Nairobi, less than one hour before he collapsed and died.

Predictably, the "cause of death" was reported as "cardiac arrest."

What Kenyans must be told is that all death result from cardiac arrest.

Everyone dies of cardiac arrest; whether you are shot at, knifed, poisoned or crashed by a boulder.

Cardiac arrest is just the medical jargon that the "heart stopped beating" and denied the brain oxygen.

The first official but contradictory statement about General Nkaissery's death was bizarrely issued by Uhuru's...

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