Deported National Super Alliance (NASA) strategist Miguna Miguna has vowed to come back with a bigger bang, than that of the alliance leader Raila Odinga, that saw hundreds of thousands of supporters come out to receive him from a 10-day US trip in November last year.
Miguna, who was in early February unceremoniously deported to Canada, over his involvement in Odinga's January 30 mock "People's President" inauguration, is expected back in the nation on March 26.
In a tweet Sunday, the outspoken leader announced that he will mobilize 5 million Kenyans to witness his arrival as he popularizes the opposition's resistance wing National Resistance Movement (NRM), aimed at sabotaging President Uhuru Kenyatta's rule.
"The day: March 26, 2018. The occasion: LIBERATION LUNGA LUNGA DANCE. The end-game: THE REMOVAL OF THE DESPOTIC DUO. The means/method: 5 MILLION MEN & WOMEN IN NAIROBI. Let's stop talking. ACT," he wrote.
The popularization campaign, as the self proclaimed NRM General seeks to assist Odinga take over the leadership of the nation, alleging that he was rigged out in the August 8 presidential race, will also see him tour other major international cities.
The barrister is set to begin his tour in Washington DC on March 2 and later tour London and Berlin cities.