LEFT: Nasa activist Miguna Miguna. RIGHT: Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale. PHOTOS | FILELEFT: Nasa activist Miguna Miguna. RIGHT: Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale. PHOTOS | FILE
By NAIRA HABIB

An online war of words between Nasa activist Miguna Miguna and former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale ended dramatically on Monday with a Twitter block.

This is after Khalwale boasted of having played a hand in Miguna’s freedom.

Khalwale had tweeted on how happy he was that Miguna was free at last and condemned the stripping of his Kenyan citizenship.

He also added that he was pleased that his intervention at the embassy of Canada for Miguna’s sake was fruitful.

But the self-declared Nasa Coalition general blasted Khalwale for taking ‘undeserved credit’.

Miguna claimed that he had indeed called the Canadian embassy which confirmed that Khalwale never contacted them.

Khalwale immediately responded to Miguna’s accusation, telling him to stop being so full of himself and that he was not looking for credit but just doing a humanitarian act.

“Our brother, could u please spare us ua delusions of ua own power & importance? Mine wasn’t credit seeking but purely a humanitarian act. And that is all,” tweeted Khalwale.

This prompted Miguna to block Khalwale but not before accusing him of deceiving Kenyans.

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