Don’t add me to WhatsApp groups! Miguna warns Kenyans
Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna has shared his contact to the members of the public through his social media account.
This comes a day after Miguna jetted back into the country after being in exile for more than 1,700 days.
The lawyer, however, gave the condition to Kenyans not to add him to WhatsApp groups without his permission.
“Please do not add me to WhatsApp groups without permission. I thank everyone sincerely for the overwhelming support. There is nothing sweeter than home,” Miguna said.
Upon landing at the JKIA, Miguna joined hundreds of Kenyans to mark Mashujaa Day at Uhuru Gardens.
He said that the return to his motherland country was historic and that he had a fantastic first day and night.
“The return to my MOTHERLAND yesterday was HISTORIC. I had a FANTASTIC first day and night. THANK YOU to all Kenyans who embraced and welcomed me back home. My new number is: 075-707-7930. Apologies in advance if I don’t respond to, or answer everyone’s call/text. Viva!”
Miguna was sent to exile back in 2018 under the former administration of President Uhuru Kenyatta for allegedly taking an oath of office illegally to the ODM leader Mr Raila Odinga as the People’s President.
President William Ruto facilitated his return, and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua fulfilled their commitment during the campaigns.
Miguna has lauded the president for keeping his word and saying that he finally had a chance to feel the presence of freedom in the country.
“I’m feeling exhilarated. I can at least now smell the freshness of Kenyan oxygen and freedom. This I what we wanted and this is what we got,” lawyer Miguna said.
He was later seen at the State House for dinner and had a chance to meet the president.
The lawyer asked his supporters to be patient as he planned for the next move.
Miguna was a great critic of Mr Uhuru’s government and was against the Handshake move that brought together Mr Odinga and the former president.
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