Miguna Miguna announces his return to Kenya

Exiled legal counselor Dr. Miguna Miguna was deported after he administrated the mock swearing in of the opposition leader Raila Odinga at Uhuru Park grounds on 30th January 2018.

Miguna deplored that he was flushed out of the nation in a disregarded way which he said damaged his image. From that point, Miguna has been probably the fiercest critic of the Jubilee administration.

The legal counselor has declared his arrival date to Kenya, following his deportation a year ago.

Through his tweeter handle, Miguna said he will return on January 11, 2020, and encouraged the relevant government offices to follow court orders and permit him back.

“My flight to my mother land will land at the JKIA on January 11, 2020. To Chief Justice David Maraga, the Judiciary, my lawyers, KNCHR and Law Society of Kenya: Court orders must be obeyed. Ensure compliance with Justice Mwita’s orders of December 14, 2018,” he tweeted.

Miguna has been calling on Kenyans to stand up and rebel against the present government.

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