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Miguna Miguna, an exiled lawyer, has refused and rejected an offer by former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga to bring him back to Kenya.
Miguna vented on Twitter, saying that humbling himself means submitting to impunity and injustice, which he refuses.
Miguna went on to declare that if it also means adopting the label of “foreigner” in the land where he was born, he will not do it.
On a Twitter post, the leader of NRM rejected the offer saying the following.
“I REJECT humbling myself if it implies submitting to impunity and injustice.”
“I DEFY it if it means crouching in dread at the sight of despots.”
“If it means consenting to be labeled as a foreigner in my own place of birth when I am not, I will RESIST FOREVER,” the lawyer stated.
His remark came only hours after he stated that he did not require any special treatment from President Uhuru Kenyatta in order to return to the nation.
Miguna emphasized that the president’s obligations include honoring court decisions and protecting his rights as a Kenyan citizen and that he must uphold them.
“NO. I’m not looking for a favor from tyrant Uhuru Kenyatta or anyone else. DUTIES include OBEYING court orders, RESPECTING my rights, and UPHOLDING the Constitution.
This comes after several requests from Kenyans for him to tone down his plea for justice as he wants to return to the nation.