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Miguna Miguna Red Alerts

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However, Miguna Miguna has not yet heard back from anyone indicating that the barriers to his homecoming have been removed.

In a statement released on Wednesday, September 14, Miguna said that he cannot return to Kenya since the red alerts issued against him during the presidency of former president Uhuru Kenyatta are still in place.

“Fellow Kenyans, please go easy on your trolling habits. To answer your incessant questions, I have not received confirmation that President William Ruto has lifted the red alerts Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga imposed against me. I’ll update you if I do,” he stated. 

Miguna said President William Ruto promised to cancel the red alerts so he could return.

“I’m happy to announce that President William Ruto has assured me that the red alerts will be lifted on Wednesday, September 14, 2022.

“Thereafter, I will have my Kenyan Passport renewed and I’ll announce the date of my return to my motherland. Bravo!” he stated.

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