Miguna Miguna has announced that he is coming back to Kenya in September although he remained sketchy about the exact date of travel.
“Iam coming back after September 4,” Miguna announced on his Facebook page.
“Let the revolutionaries meet the cowards head-on on Kenyan streets! The revolution will happen whether you wail, tremble or panic. Viva,” he further stated.
The self-acclaimed National Resistance Movement (NRM) General was deported to Canada twice.
Miguna Miguna was deported to Canada in February for his role in the controversial swearing in of Raila Odinga. He would later attempt to return in the country in March but was denied entry and locked down at the JKIA for three days after the state failed to reinstate his Kenyan passport as directed by the courts.
The immigration ministry maintained that Miguna must regularize his Kenyan Citizenship before he can be given entry into the country but the controversial political activist insists he is a Kenyan by birth and that right cannot be taken away.
In January Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i declared the opposition’s NRM as an “organized criminal group” and outlawed it in a gazette notice citing Prevention of Organised Crimes Act 2010.
In May, Nairobi governor Mike Sonko caused a stir after he nominated Miguna Miguna as his deputy following the resignation of Polycarp Igathe. In the elections of August 2017 Miguna stood against Sonko for the position of Nairobi governor but lost.
CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME – MIGUNA
Miguna Miguna has also asked Kenyans to execute their revolution first before extending a hand to Uganda.
“To Kenyan patriots: Shout at the top of your voices and fight gallantly against Uhuru Kenyatta’s tyranny before yelling yourselves hoarse about Kaguta Museveni,” he said.
He was referring to the spirited solidarity Kenyans have shown to Uganda in the calls to have Bobi Wine freed.