Deported National Resistance Movement (NRM) self-declared general Miguna Miguna is set to return to Kenya on March 26th.
In an itinerary shared on his Twitter handle, Miguna said he will in the next few weeks tour United States, Germany and United Kingdom to popularize NRM before travelling to Kenya on March 26th, a day he described as a "memorable day in the history of our liberation struggle".
“Your Excellency, Honourable Members, NRMKe Generals, Comrades and Patriotic Soldiers; I look forward to seeing you in Nairobi on March 26," Miguna is quoted on the Star.
"Let's make it a stunningly memorable day in the history of our liberation struggle. Let's make the Mother of all liberation struggles a ringing success! Viva!" Miguna added.
Here is Miguna's itinerary as shared on his Twitter handle:
March 2nd - Washington, DC
March 3rd - NY/NJ/PE
March 9th - Houston
March 10th - Dallas
March 17th - Minneapolis - St Paul
March 18th - Atlanta
March 23rd- Oxford
March 24th - London
March 25th - Berlin
March 26th - Nairobi
The former Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant was arrested on February 2nd by police over his involvement in the mock swearing in of opposition leader Raila Odinga on January 30th.
He was dramatically deported to Canada by Kenyan Immigration authorities on February 6th on accusations of being illegally in the country and his Kenyan passport was confiscated by immigration officials. It is not yet clear how Miguna intends to re-enter Kenya.