Miguna: Ruto has promised to facilitate my return to Kenya
Miguna Miguna has affirmed his intent to return to Kenya as soon as possible.
The exiled lawyer explained on his socials President William Ruto had promised to facilitate his return.
“I’m happy to announce that President William Ruto has assured me that the red alerts will be lifted on Wednesday, September 14, 2022. Thereafter I will have my Kenyan passport renewed and I’ll announce the date of my return to my motherland. Bravo!” he tweeted.
Miguna has been based in Canada since he was forcibly exiled in 2018.
The deportation came after he was arrested in connection with the mock swearing-in of Raila Odinga.
Miguna had earlier expressed interest in attending the inauguration ceremony of President William Ruto via a written letter to the Head of Public Service Dr. Joseph Kinyua.
That request, it appears, was not granted.
He has severally protested his deportation and made a failed move to return to the country.
And while it at, he resorted to continuously attacking former President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga on his popular social media platforms.
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