The government says Miguna Miguna would be granted entry into the country but on strict conditions.
Government Spokesperson Rt. Col. Cyrus Oguna has Miguna to adhere to the rule of law and present credible travelling documents upon his arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
This comes just days after Miguna confirmed that he had already booked his flight back to Kenya.
On December 19, 2019, The self-styled NRM General who had been deported to Canada twice announced recently, through his tweeter handle that he will be jetting into the country on January 7, 2020.
Miguna was deported out of the country on February 7, 2018 following his arrest for presiding over former Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s oath as the people’s president on January 30, 2018.
He was deported, for the second time, on March 29 after spending more than 72 hours in a tiny room at JKIA after authorities denied him entry into the country.
After his deportation, Miguna Miguna resorted to social media to air his views and taking his criticism a notch higher and sparing no one across the political divide.
He claimed that the Government wanted him to enter into the country as a foreigner after damaging his Kenyan passport.