Chest-thumbing, un-relenting self-proclaimed National Resistant Movement general, Miguna Miguna is now taking breakfast in Amsterdam City in the Netherlands.
Miguna, who was last night put on a KLM flight headed for Amsterdam on his way to Canada, gives a sigh to Jubilee government of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Miguna who had vowed to bring down Jubilee government, the government said, is now on his way ‘home’.
According to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s website, a KLM flight that departed from Nairobi on Tuesday night was scheduled to arrive at 06:30 (8.30am Kenyan time).
Lawyer Miguna has said he will fight the grievous violation of his rights by the Jubilee government.
This was after he was deported to Canada on Tuesday night.
“The despots have put me in a flight to Amsterdam enroute to Toronto, departure time right now.”
“Instead of taking me to court as ordered repeatedly by the courts, they seized my passports and drove me to the runaway at the JKIA from 6pm up to now,” Miguna said in a tweet moments before he left JKIA.
The self-proclaimed NRM general said he will fight to return to Kenya as soon as possible.
Miguna, who has dual citizenship, was forced into a KLM flight that departed at around 11pm. The plane is set to land at 8.30am.
His lawyer Nelson Havi termed the government’s efforts against his client as exercises in futility.
Miguna’s troubles began when he stamped documents used for Nasa leader Raila Odinga’s self-inauguration as the people’s president at Uhuru Park in Nairobi on January 30.
He was there with leaders including Ruaraka MP TJ Kajwang, who administered the oath, and Siaya senator and lawyer James Orengo, who has represented many of the coalition’s politicians in legal matters.
Miguna was earlier on Tuesday charged in Kajiado and taken to Nairobi but nobody saw.
The supporters filled the court premises after news of this transfer.
“We want Miguna released. We can’t move out of here before we see him released,” one shouted.
In a KTN interview on Tuesday night, lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi said: “Miguna is so insignificant in Kenyan politics so there is no need for police to detain him unlawfully.”
He added Raila’s oath-taking did not amount to treason as his people’s president role is “imaginary” and only aimed at appeasing his supporters.