Self-declared National Resistance Movement (NRM) General Miguna Miguna has announced that he is coming back to Kenya after he was deported to Canada by the Jubilee Government under controversial circumstances.

Miguna told Kenyans that he will be back in the country on September 4, 2018.

"For the cowards with low self-esteem celebrating the fact that  and destroyed my valid Kenyan passport and my house, abducted, detained and tortured me before forcefully removing me, mark this in PERMANENT INK: I am coming back after September 4th. Viva!"  he tweeted.

Also Read: “I was drugged” Miguna speaks after deported to Dubai

The Canadian-based lawyer was deported after he took part in the swearing-in of NASA leader Raila Odinga.

Also Read: 7 things Raila’s Swearing-in Proved to the World

The Government claimed that Miguna relinquished his Citizenship in 1987 when he sought asylum in Canada.

However, the outspoken dismissed the allegations and successfully defended himself in court where several orders were issued favoring him.

Nonetheless, the Government has remained adamant to obey any of the orders which include giving back Miguna his confiscated passport in a usable state.

The State was also instructed to make sure that Mr. Miguna was presented in court to face the full hearing but in March he was barred from entering the country and remained detained at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).