Kenyans have responded after controversial lawyer Miguna Miguna canceled his antcipated return today.
This comes after the Immigration Department’s hardline position that he has to apply for citizenship before he can be issued with a passport, a position disputed by the fiery activist-cum-politician, his lawyers and the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights.
KNCH has been working to secure his return as had been ordered by the courts.
The NRM self-declared general has been out of the country after he fell out with the government over Raila Odinga's mock swearing-in.Following that, he was arrested and deported to Canada.He was again deported to Dubai on April 29 after three days of standoff at JKIA. He left Dubai to Canada where he is currently living.
Kenyans took on social media to express their opinion over his postponed return.Here are responses from Kenyans on Twitter;
@papajoh Enter with your Canadian passport and fight fgor your rights in kenya...Apply for a new passport...Beat them in their own game...Viiva
@RBryan Take your time general, don't show the murderous electoral fraudsters to deter the revolution
@RichardAhaya Eat your own tomatoes Miguna. Your arrogance will consume you.
@VictNyakundi Love your country, Canada…!!!
@ngeredave at what time exactly will you arrive, tunataka kuona vituko
@EmpressAkoth Your Gvt has disappointed them. The Gvt once again refused to facilitate his safe reentry into his own country.
@Nyombi"NASA is dead and ODM having essentially joined @JubileePartyK now NRMKe is the new opposition"This is so much true, having been betrayed by @RailaOdinga now Kenyans shd find solace in @MigunaMiguna if they're to liberate the country from a one family rule.
@RickOkello "The journey to Canaan is still on course, we realized there were crocodiles in Jordan so we had to build ‘bridges’ to cross to the other side".🤣🤣🤣🤣
@Meroka_ke their days are numbered, alluta the contunua general. Viva general
@Danyl Must you tell us your issues each and everytime? Pambana na hali yako bwana generali. 😧
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