Miguna Miguna, an attorney, has at last arrived in Kenya.
The Kenya Airways aircraft carrying the controversial attorney touched at at the Jomo Kenyatta International airport early on Thursday.
Miguna had made a 6 am airport arrival announcement.
After living in exile for many years in Canada, he has returned to the nation.
He was forcibly expelled from the country in 2018, and despite numerous attempts, he hasn’t been allowed to return since.
Former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration disregarded court rulings directing him to be permitted entry into the nation.
Additionally, red alerts were issued against him, obstructing his ability to return home.
However, after President William Ruto assumed office, the notifications were turned off, according to Miguna.
On October 20 at 6 a.m., I arrived. The rule of law, bravery, tenacity, and concentration won out, according to a tweet from Miguna on October 12.
As a result of his participation in the informal swearing-in of then-opposition leader Raila Odinga as the People’s President, the self-declared National Resistance Movement (NRM) leader was at odds with the Jubilee administration.
He asserted that on March 28, 2018, he was restrained and forcibly deported to Canada.
Miguna said in a Facebook post that she had been “dragged, raped, drugged, and forcefully flown to Dubai”
He was transported to Canada for the second time; he is a lawful citizen of both countries.
He was not a citizen of Kenya, the administration said.
After the initial deportation, he returned, followed by the second one.
After the second deportation, the authorities issued red notices, effectively prohibiting the outspoken lawyer from returning to Kenya.
According to Miguna, the Jubilee administration disregarded court orders to grant him with a new passport or travel documentation after his passport was seized and destroyed.
For failing to enable Miguna’s repatriation, top state officials including Interior CS Fred Matiang’i, PS Karanja Kibicho, and then-director of Immigration Gordon Kihalangwa were found in contempt.
However, Miguna claimed that on September 20 of this year, the Ruto government sent him a new passport and made a commitment to remove the red signals.
“1687 days after Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga, Fred Matiang’i, Karanja Kibicho, and G. Kihalangwa teamed up to forcibly take my Kenyan passport and destroy it, President william Ruto has reversed the whole process.