A flyer has been making rounds online, inviting Kenyans to fundraise towards the homecoming of Miguna, with details on how one can contribute.
There was skeptism over the flyer as some Kenyans questioned its authenticity tagging Miguna to confirm.
The lawyer and activist took to his twitter handle to clarify endorsing the fundraisers as “people of integrity.”
“They are not conmen. They are honest Kenyans trying to raise funds legally from those willing to give freely in order to accord me the homecoming they are planning. There is nothing dishonest about that. I only associate with people of integrity. And this is integrity,” he Tweeted on Saturday.
Miguna officially announced that he will be jetting back into the country October 20, 2022 at 6am, and land at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
This after he finally received his passport, ending his 5-year long woes since his deportation to Canada in 2018 after participating in the mock swearing-in of opposition leader Raila Odinga as the ‘People’s President’ at Uhuru Park.
The embattled lawyer thanked President William Ruto for ensuring the processing of his passport and facilitating his return to Kenya.