Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has called for the return of controversial lawyer Miguna Miguna into the country.
In a video posted by K24 on Twitter, the outspoken legislator asked Kenyans to join together so that they bring back Miguna.
This doesn't vary much with how they troubled Miguna. (Hii haishindiani kitu na ile mambo walizungusha Miguna apa)," he said.
"And I want to ask my fellow Kenyans and my friends, after this, we want to fight for Miguna Miguna arudi nyumbani," he added.
Miguna got himself in trouble after participating in the controversial swearing-in of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga on January 30, 2018, at Uhuru Park.
He was forcefully deported from the country and has never been allowed back even after the court ordered that he be allowed back.
Speaking after the release of State House Secretary of Digital Innovations and Diaspora Communications Dennis Itumbi, Sudi noted that the government's actions are outdated and they will not intimidate them.
He further blasted those who arrested Itumbi over the alleged assassination letter to targeting Deputy President William Ruto.
Itumbi was released on Sh100,000 cash bail after spending five days in custody.