• He said he depart from Toronto, Canada on October 24.
• Miguna received his new passport on Wednesday, following a directive by President William Ruto.
Lawyer Miguna Miguna has announced that he will fly back to Kenya on October 25.
He said he will depart from Toronto, Canada on October 24.
"Homecoming itinerary. After nearly 5 years of forced barbaric exile, I'm returning home. Departing from Toronto: October 24, 2022. Arrival at JKIA, Nairobi: October 25, 2022, at 8:20 PM. See you, everyone," he tweeted on Thursday.
The lawyer was first deported on February 6, 2018, and again on March 29, 2018.
Miguna received his new passport on Wednesday, following a directive by President William Ruto.
"1687 days after Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga, Fred Matiang'i, Karanja kibicho and G Kihalangwa conspired to illegally seize and destroy my Kenyan Passport, President William Ruto has had a new one delivered to me. Waiting for the lifting of red alerts," he said.
He was expected to the country in November 2021 but there were red alerts barring his travel back.
This prompted him to file a case seeking to have the alerts removed but the court dismissed it.
Miguna had earlier in the month demanded to be facilitated to return to the country to attend Ruto's inauguration ceremony.
"Thus, your Committee has an overarching duty and legal obligation to ensure that our client is facilitated to attend the swearing-in ceremony of the 5th president, His Excellency William Samoei Ruto without fail," the letter dated September 7, read.