Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna has said he will never surrender in his bid to return to the country.
Miguna, who has been in exile since 2018, said the Kenyan government could prevent him from coming to Kenya but would never accept it.
“This here is my commitment and commitment… It doesn’t matter what they do to me. It doesn’t matter how cruel they are or the oppressors against me,” he said via Twitter on Wednesday.
“It does not matter how many court orders they defy. It does not matter how long they force me to go into exile. But I will never surrender.”
Miguna has claimed that Kenya has been held hostage by people who do not care about court decisions.
“I have proved that violating my rights and disobeying court orders is about not being punished,” he said.
“It was not a matter of citizenship, of travel documents. The struggle continues.”
Miguna, who holds Kenyan and Canadian citizenship, was first expelled in February 2018 after the inauguration of ODM party leader Raila Odinga as “People’s President” at Uhuru Park on January 30, 2018.
The Supreme Court has repeatedly issued an injunction barring the government from interfering in his entry into Kenya, and that the Kenyan government and its senior officials will enable Miguna to return to Kenya and allow him to enter unconditionally when he chooses.
These instructions have not been implemented