He issued a warning that he would fight against any efforts to undermine the rule of law and violate human rights.
Miguna also emphasized that while he had a right to remain in his place of birth, the government would not be doing him a favor by supporting his homecoming.
"I delineate the boundary between justice and injustice. I will resist anyone who disobeys the law and violates the rights of others." He stated.
Miguna added that he had not yet received confirmation from the government that the red alerts set on him had been lifted when it came to the status of his return to Kenya.
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