Miguna, who has been a supporter of Dp. Ruto, posted about it on his Twitter account and said that he has already packed his bag and all of his belongings but that he will follow the law when he goes back to his country.
He said that Ruto will first have to be sworn in as President, have the red alerts removed, and get a new passport. After that, he will be able to come back to Kenya after the proper steps have been taken.
Lawyer Miguna was kicked out of the country and sent to Canada because he swore in Raila Odinga as the People's president. He has tried several times to fly back to the country but has been stopped. Ruto had, however, promised that if he got power, he would make sure Miguna came back to the country .
It is now up to Kenya's new president-elect, William Ruto, to decide if he will bring Miguna back to the country.
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