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Published on Jul 17, 2012
Villagers angered by the writings of Miguna Miguna carried his effigy demonstrated against him and even bought a coffin which they burned and poured ashes in a river.
In small tiny dusty and rusty township of Ahero near Lake Victoria, there were emotional reactions laced with political messages just because Miguna Miguna had attacked Prime Minister Raila Odinga, a man they considered a hero in his book Peeling Back the Mask.