Miguna Miguna Responds To Claims Of Being Cleared To Fly To Kenya

Exiled lawyer and activist Miguna Miguna has refuted claims that he has been cleared to come to Kenya.

Reports of him returning to the country were shared on twitter by blogger Robert Alai who claimed the red alerts that have been blocking the lawyer from returning to his mother land have been removed.

“BREAKING: Miguna Miguna cleared to come back to Kenya. Red alerts removed.” Alai shared on twitter eliciting mixed reactions.

“He’s going to replace Raila Odinga as Nyanza Kingpin,” Kiprono Lang’at responded to the tweet.

“Miguna must receive grant entry to Kenya. The son of the Soil from Nyando is much Welcome. Mursik from the wonderful hills of Elgeyo Marakwet is ready for the son,” Kipkoriri said.

While Abdul Rehman said, “Lets see any revolution change the general will bring now.”

Miguna however accused Alai of spreading lies while asking his fellow countrymen to ignore the rumors.

He also called out on Citizen TV for publishing a false story about red alerts and asked the station to pull down the story.

“To @citizentvkenya, @LinusKaikai and @jageyo: Retract the FAKE news you broadcast today about the Red Alerts. The fact is that Despot Uhuru Kenyatta, @FredMatiangi, @Karanjakibicho, @AmbMKamau, Raychelle Omamo and their minions have NOT withdrawn them, or obeyed the Court Orders,” Miguna stated.

The lawyer was supposed to return to Kenya on November 16, but he was blocked from boarding a plane from Berlin, Germany to Nairobi, Kenya.

The court’s ruling on Monday however directed the government to allow Miguna to travel to the country by using his Identity Card for identification.

The court asked him to obtain emergency travel papers from the Kenyan embassy in Berlin within a period of 72 hours.

Miguna was however denied the travel papers by officials at the embassy who said that they will lose their jobs if they provide him with the papers.

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