• Earlier in the month, he had said among his first assignments upon arrival was to mourn his late family members and friends.
• The lawyer arrived at Kisumu International Airport on Friday where he was received by former Kisumu senator Fred Outa.
Lawyer Miguna Miguna on Saturday paid his last respect to his departed relatives in Kisumu.
Earlier in the month, he had said among his first assignments upon arrival in Kenya is to mourn his late family members and friends.
"Soon after arriving in Kenya on October 20, 2022, I will unveil a schedule which will include paying my last respects to my comrade Onyango Oloo, Chris Msando, my sister-in-law, father-in-law and all those fearless freedom fighters who were killed in 2017 and 2018," he tweeted on October 7.
True to his word, the Lawyer began the exercise Saturday by mourning his sister-in-law.
"Paying my last respects to my sister-in-law and other relatives at Magina Village, Nyando Constituency, Kisumu County on 29th Oct 2022," he tweeted on Saturday.
Saturday marked Miguna's second day in Kisumu since he arrived in the country on October 20.
The lawyer arrived at Kisumu International Airport on Friday where he was received by former Kisumu senator Fred Outa.
After a media briefing, he proceeded to ACK Maseno East in Ahero for a homecoming and prayer service.
The visit came after four years and eight months of forced exile in Canada in March 2018.
He made his way back into the country after President William Ruto lifted the red alerts imposed against him.
Speaking at the church on Friday, Miguna thanked President William Ruto for keeping his word and commitment to the rule of law and obedience to court orders and upholding the Constitution.
He however said his return home was a right, not a privilege.
Miguna said he was going to work towards liberating Kisumu and upholding the truth adding that he was not going to bow to intimidation.
"We are going to liberate the Luo Nyanza with the truth. If somebody thought if I come to Kisumu to Ahero that I will stop telling the truth, get rid of that thought, we are just beginning," he said.