• Miguna said that he is extremely happy to be back home.
• Miguna thanked Kenyans and the Kenya Kwanza Government under President William Ruto for facilitating his return.
Self-proclaimed General Miguna Miguna has broken his silence after landing in Kenya 4 years and 8 months after being deported.
Speaking after his touchdown at JKIA, Miguna said that he is extremely happy to be back home.
"I am very grateful for the warm welcome you have given me and I'm extremely happy to be back home. I extend my gratitude to all Kenyans who have stood with me, who stood with the bill of rights in the constitution, the cost of justice, the dictates of democracy, and rule of law. I would like to extend my gratitude to the Judiciary who stood firm on the side of the rule of law,” Miguna Miguna said.
He went ahead to thank Kenyans and the Kenya Kwanza Government under President William Ruto for facilitating his return back home.
"I must extend my gratitude to Kenyans who voted for the Kenya Kwanza government because that is central for me, without this administration, I would not be back home."
"I thank the president, his deputy, his administration, and everybody else who has worked tirelessly to make sure that my rights are protected," he stated.
"What has happened to me, should never happen to anyone else. A Kenyan-born citizen cannot be discarded or removed forcefully and vanished in a foreign land,".
Before his landing, the self-proclaimed General had announced that he will be attending the 59th Mashujaa day celebrations at Uhuru Gardens.
He also disclosed that he has been invited for a luncheon at State House after the Mashujaa Day ceremony is completed at Uhuru Gardens, Nairobi.
“From the JKIA to #MashujaaDay. Then to @StateHouseKenya. Patriots are FREE to be at the JKIA. Freedom is here! Cheers,” Miguna tweeted.
Initially, Miguna had announced he will fly back to Kenya on October 25 after departing Toronto, Canada on October 24.