Controversial lawyer Miguna Miguna has finally reacted to the latest remark by Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi that his deportation needs to be revisited.
Taking the message to his twitter handle on Wednesday, Miguna Miguna has weighed in support to Oscar Sudi claiming that every Kenyan has the rights to defend the constitution as this does not require anybody to request permission from him.
"All Kenyans including Oscar Sudi have absolute rights and duties to DEFEND the Constitution, fight against those SUBVERTING the Constitution and PROTECT democracy and rule of law. They don't need my permission to do so. And it doesn't matter that they supported despots yesterday," tweeted Miguna.
Oscar Sudi remarks came after the release of State House Secretary of Digital Innovations and Diaspora Communications Dennis Itumbi, who was arrested in connection to an alleged letter a possible plot to assassinate DP William Ruto.
"This doesn't differ from how much with how they troubled Miguna. (Hii haishindiani kitu na ile mambo walizungusha Miguna apa).
"And I want to ask my fellow Kenyans and my friends, after this, we want to fight for Miguna Miguna arudi nyumbani," said Sudi.
Miguna Miguna was arrested and forcefully deported to Canada after taking part in swearing-in of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga on January 30, 2018, at Uhuru Park as the people's president after the disputed 2017 polls.
Since then, Miguna has been away despite court rulings that he is a citizen of Kenya and should be allowed back in the country.