Lawyer Miguna Miguna is attending the Mashujaa Day celebrations at Uhuru Gardens, Nairobi.
Miguna landed at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport this morning, exactly 1716 days or about 4 years since he was first forced into exile.
Speaking to the media while arriving at Uhuru Gardens, Miguna Miguna noted that he was feeling exhilarated to have come back home.
“I am feeling exhilarated, I can at least now smell the freshness of Kenyan oxygen and freedom. This is what we wanted,” Miguna said.
He thanked President William Ruto for keeping his word and allowing him back.
“President Ruto is a man of his word, he said he would facilitate my return and he did,” he added.
Asked on his plans after coming back to the country after almost 5 years into the exile, he noted that he will be breathing fresh oxygen and Kenyans should be ready to see what they will see.
“You know me, you will see what you are seeing,” he commented.
At Uhuru Gardens, Miguna was spotted having a deep conversation with former Migori Governor Okoth Obado.
Miguna had earlier on revealed that he was coming back to Kenya to liberate the Luo-Nyanza region.
He is allegedly being groomed to take over from ODM leader Raila Odinga as the region’s political Kingpin.
Miguna, who has been away from the country for close to five years following his deportation to Canada by former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s government proceeded to the State event at Uhuru Gardens after landing.
Taking to social media on Wednesday evening, Miguna shared his official invitation to attend Mashujaa Day celebrations that will be held at Uhuru Gardens.
After the national celebration, Miguna is also invited for a luncheon at State House, Nairobi.