Controversial lawyer and self-declared general of the outlawed National Resistance Movement, Miguna Miguna, is expected in the country on Wednesday at 4pm.
His rerturned was confirmed by the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNHRC).
It is not clear if Miguna will be allowed onto the country after the government maintained that the barrister needs to work on his Kenyan citizenship papers, something he has declined.
“I AM RETURNING HOME ON MAY 16, 2018. I’m a revolutionary Pan-Africanist. I’m not an anarchist. But even anarchists have the right to be presumed innocent until found guilty by a court of law after a fair trial. #BringMigunaHome,” the lawyer posted on his Facebook account on May 6.
KNHRC has categorically asked the government to facilitate Miguna with a genuine Kenyan passport as per several court orders issued in his favour.
But Immigration Principal Secretary Gordon Kihalangwa in response said Miguna could not be issued with a valid Kenyan passport as he had not applied for the document.
“Without any prejudice, we reiterate that Miguna has to regain his Kenyan citizenship before being issued with a Kenyan passport,” he wrote in response to a KNCHR letter dated May 5.