Citizen TV news anchor Yvonne Okwara caught the eye of Miguna Miguna with her latest remarks.
Okwara, took a swipe at the government over the Miguna travel saga.
During the Thursday night News Gang show, the tough-talking journalist remarked that the drama involved in the matter was shocking.
The Royal Media Services employee noted that the shenanigans around the return of the controversial politician, exposed the country’s pettiness and the government’s inability to obey court orders.
She uttered that despite Miguna not being a people’s favourite, he should be treated equally.
“Miguna is particularly not a likeable man, that he gets in his own way to abrasive and shouldn’t tweet his every move.
“No one needs to be told that courts make decisions based on who they like or not liked,” expressed Okwara.
Okwara insisted that the constitution was on the self-proclaimed NRM general’s side in terms of him being granted access into the country.
The former KTN reporter stated that the citizenship issue should not be used against the lawyer as the court had already settled it.
The brave journalist questioned the government’s efforts in keeping Miguna away from the nation in comparison to fighting Locust invasion and terror attacks.
“What is interesting is the effort that has been expended on keeping Miguna out of his home country yet we seem unable to prevent rogue, dangerous, non-Kenyans that are the Al Shabaab, from carrying out attacks in the country,” Okwara pronounced.
Lauding the journalist, the advocated disclosed that it was necessary to brief the masses of his travel.
According to Miguna, informing the public safeguarded his life which would be at risk the moment he set foot on Kenyan soil.
“If I travelled without informing the public, the despots can simply get rid of me at arrival and deny that I ever travelled,” read a part of the tweet from the problem-laden politician.
Thanks @YvonneOkwara for your take. In view of how my house was destroyed, I was abducted, detained, tortured and forcefully removed from Kenya, if I travelled without informing the public, the despots can simply get rid of me at arrival and deny that I ever travelled. https://t.co/3G4qAfo8zn
— Dr. Miguna Miguna (@MigunaMiguna) January 16, 2020
Miguna, who is still in Germany, was informed that he would only come home after being issued with a new passport.
Government Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna asserted that the ex-NASA supporter should seek fresh travel documents from the Kenyan embassy in Canada.
Despite the red alert that cost Miguna his Kenyan trip on two occasions, the lawyer reiterated that his goal remained the same.
Will Miguna finally return home is the question that remains unanswered.