Controversial Canada based lawyer Miguna Miguna did not end up in Canada by his choice or wish if his draft published on Scribid.com is anything to go by.
Miguna published a draft dubbed "Expert Report by Miguna Miguna (First Draft Dated 24 Oct 2013)" on Scribid.com, an online library, in which the exiled lawyer shared better part of hid history, how he schooled, and how he ended up in Canada as a refugee.
According to the draft, Miguna did not choose Canada as his next or rather his second country after he fled Kenya.
Miguna found himself in Canada through United Nation resettlement plan after he spent almost a year in Tanzania where he had gone to seek political asylum.
"In December 1987, I fled to Tanzania and sought political asylum. On 25 June 1988, the United Nations Human Rights Commissioner for Refugees (“UNHCR”) resettled me in Toronto, Canada, as a Canadian government-sponsored refugee," read a paragraph from Miguna's draft.
While in a foreign country, Miguna enrolled himself in the University of Toronto where graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and Philosophy in June 1990.
Armed with the degree, Miguna worked as a researcher with a marketing and Public opinion firm and as a social worker with the City of Toronto for only three months, that is, between June and September 1990 before joining the school of law to become who he is now, a lawyer.
"From September 1990 to June 1993, I studied law at the Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, graduating with a Juris Doctor (JD/LLB) in June 1993." read another paragraph.
Miguna is now a practising lawyer. He describes himself as a Kenyan-born citizen with no criminal records regardless of being deported from Kenya.