“I might not trave back to Kenya” Miguna reveals the biggest blunder Ruto did days after confirmation of his return to Kenya
Exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna in an exclusive interview conducted with Gerald Bitok, has revealead that he might not travel back to his motherland country days after confirmation of his return from exile.
Miguna Miguna had announced that he will travel to Nairobi next month.
“ARRIVAL DATE & TIME HAVE BEEN CHANGED BY POPULAR DEMAND.
Arrival: October 20, 2022 at 6.00 AM.
See you at the JKIA, Patriots.” Mguna tweeted
However, Miguna during the interview, claimed that President Ruto is yet to lift the red alerts and no communication has been made since the head of state jetted back from his foreign visit.
“The red alerts haven’t been lifted. Ruto’s government promised to lift the red alerts ones the head of state returns to the country but he returned last week,” said Miguna
“I have made a communication that I will return home on 20th October and I haven’t changed that. I will do so as I have always done,” said Miguna
Dr Miguna recently claimed that President William Ruto has assured him that the Red Alerts placed against him will be lifted.
Earlier , Dr Miguna posted on his Twitter page a photo of a new Kenyan passport saying his journey back to Kenya had begun and he was just waiting for the lifting of red alerts barring him from boarding planes to Kenya.
“1687 days after despot Uhuru Kenyatta, conman @RailaOdinga, Fred Matiang’i, @Karanjakibicho and @GKihalangwa CONSPIRED to illegally SEIZE and DESTROYE my Kenyan Passport, President @WilliamsRuto has had a new one DELIVERED to me. Waiting for the LIFTING of RED ALERTS.” Said Miguna
Dr Miguna Miguna was deported following his role in the swearing-in of opposition chief Raila Odinga as the people’s president in January 2018.
He was charged with treason-related offences and his attempts to return to Kenya, despite several court orders issued to facilitate his return, bore no fruits.
Former Chief Justice David Maraga did not hide his distaste for the executive’s dismissal of the courts after orders issued were ignored. In later interviews, Dr Miguna revealed that he was beaten, tortured and drugged before being forcibly removed from Kenya.