Lawyer Miguna Miguna might not be coming back to Kenya very soon if his latest move is anything to go by.
Miguna has been trying to come back into the country but all his moves have been unsuccessful.
Many remember his deportation following the highly contested 2017 general election where Miguna swore-in Raila Odinga as the people’s president.
But Miguna surprised many this week when he visited the Kenyan embassy in Canada in the ongoing mass voter registration drive.
In a tweet by the IEBC on February 4, the controversial lawyer was among Kenyans who visited the “Kenya High Commission office and Consulates to register as a voter, change particulars or transfer their voting station from Kenya to Canada.”
The IEBC added that the exercise is ongoing in Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver for 15 days.
With this, it is unclear whether Miguna Miguna will be coming back into the country any time soon or before the August general election.
In the 2017 general election, Miguna Miguna contested for the Nairobi County governor seat but lost.
As required by law, Miguna had to be registered as a voter in the county to be eligible to vie.