Dr. Miguna Miguna was angered by the whole incident of the government denying him permission to fly into the country. He took to his social media to spew all his anger as he blamed different government officials who had coordinated with the Kenyan embassy to block his travel.
He lectured them telling them to respect the court order that had been given to allow him come back. He severely blamed Kennedy Ogeto who had ordered he not be allowed back. He said that he was not Matiang'i nor Rachel Omamo to give directives of what should be done.
"Kennedy Ogeto is NOT @ FredMatiang'i. Where is Matiang'i's directive?" Justice Ong'udi ORDERED the 2 CSs to issue me with a travel document WITHIN 72 HOURS from 2 p.m on 22 November 2021. That Order has been DISOBEYED for more than 200 hours," the exiled Lawyer said.
He wrote a series of other tweets to express his anger as shown in the screenshots below;
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