Kenyan-Canadian lawyer Miguna Miguna has caused a stir on social media after claiming to have dreamt about President Kenyatta’s death.
“Last night I dreamt that Despot Uhuru Kenyatta had died and become the world's ugliest wild animal, Psychrolutes Marcidus.”
“I was happy when I woke up. Have a happy weekend, Patriots, because we will and must defeat Despot Uhuru Kenyatta,” Miguna wrote on his Facebook page on Saturday.
His post sparked mixed reactions among Kenyan social media users with most of them saying it is wrong to wish someone dead even if they are your worst enemy.
Mc NickMed said: “I don't love Uhuru Kenyatta neither do I support his political thinking affiliations but from your post I have come to a concrete, profound and definite conclusion that this is pure hatred.”
Moses Orek Ademba wrote: “Even if I hate someone I can't wish them death that's very wrong, Miguna is a bitter man he needs to visit a specialist, he is not okay, he is suffering depression and you guys are here clapping and supporting a sick man, you are sick like him!”
Osborn Matias noted: “Ha ha ha R.I.P nightmare! Just improve on your dreams general and add more darkness in them. It’s the high time u should remove n clean all the hatred u have coz that's seems to be digesting your thinking capacity so much.”
Wilson Max stated: “General these time round I don't support you God is the giver of oxygen and life so please pray for your enemies so that one day you will come back here in Kenya and claim your right and that time it's soon coming don't worry.”
Joe Kirk quipped: “That's a bad dream! Although I don't support him, death is not sensible. He should live long to witness a better Kenya and enjoy the fruits of the incoming better leadership.”
Wanjiru Ben posed: “Why spend over 20yrs in school then you end up being a fool??”
Kim Jóng said: “Don't wish death upon someone... This is literally shown that you lacked qualities of good leadership.”
Samuel Khaemba Omumatola wrote: “MM, honor the king because one day you'll be the king people will honor you.”