Dr. Miguna Miguna insists that patriotic Africans must raise their voices against the exploitation and oppression faced by Africans globally. According to him, it is the duty of Africans to confront the deeply rooted institutional racism prevalent across Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
He dismisses the notion that one should remain silent about the mistreatment of Africans merely because they aren’t citizens of the oppressive nation, considering it regressive. Dr. Miguna emphasizes the importance of advocating for universal humanitarian values, citing the establishment of international laws, humanitarian regulations, and global conventions.
Addressing @Julius_S_Malema, Dr. Miguna asserts that Kenya is not isolated in its struggles, urging Malema to speak out against the exploitation of people worldwide, particularly Palestinians and Africans. He adamantly declares that nobody has the authority to silence either of them.
Praising a fellow activist, Dr. Miguna responds to queries about his transformation into a Twitter activist for Africanism. He expresses a desire for a thoughtful conversation with Comrade Malema, envisioning a meeting that could concoct ideas for real change.