National Resistance Movement General Miguna Miguna has denied claims that he had renounced his Kenyan Citizenship when he applied for the Canadian passport.
In a statement issued from Amsterdam Miguna says the government forcefully placed him on a KLM flight in violation of his constitutional rights.
“…I have never, ever renounced my Kenyan citizenship and will never do that. I’ve never even contemplated it,” he he said.
“… the constitution is crystal clear: no one can invalidate or purport to cancel the citizenship of a Kenyan born citizen. So, Matiang’i has no authority -,” the statement further read.
Miguna further alleges that the police officers who took him into custody one Mr Njoroge, Mr. Kamau and head of the flying squad threatened to kill him.
“And finally, I will challenge all the illegal and unconditional actions by the despots in court starting today. I have instructed a battery of competent advocates to ensure that the ongoing rogue purveyors of impunity are brought to book. They are not above the law, even though they behave as if they are,” he said.