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Miguna announces new return dates to Kenya

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Miguna spoke hours after he arrived at the Dubai International Airport following his second deportation from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).

The self-styled NRM General stated that he had demanded to be taken back to Nairobi by the Dubai  immigration authorities.

"About 50 heavily armed thugs led by the uniformed Somali policeman who had commanded them on Monday, violently broke into the toilet I had been detained incommunicado in at the Jomo Kenyatta Airport, didn’t identify themselves, wrestled me to the ground, held onto and sat on me as a group of four different thugs injected substances to both my soles, arms, hands, both sides of my ribs and basically all over my body until I passed out."

"Today, at around 5:25am, after the Emirates had landed and passengers were disembarking, I regained consciousness and asked a person seated next to me who also appeared like a flying squad officer, “where are we?” He told me that we were in Dubai," Miguna recounted.

The deported lawyer stated that he had declined to leave the Dubai International Airport until he underwent a medical check up.

The doctors confirmed that he had been drugged but needed to undergo further toxicology reports to establish the exact nature of the drugs that had been used to drug him.

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