Miguna Miguna has called on Kenyans in the United Kingdom to stage a protest against President Kenyatta as he visits the country this week.
On Saturday, Miguna shared through Twitter the addresses where he alleged President Kenyatta would be staying during his visit to the UK and urged his supporters to stage a demonstration demanding he obeys court orders directing the government to facilitate his return to Kenya.
"Red Alert! Notice to all Patriots in London! Uhuru Kenyatta will be in London, UK, from January 20, 2020,” wrote Miguna.
He added: "He will be shuttling between the Town House located at 66 Lowndes Square, Kensington, and 10 Downing Street. Find him. Show him that No One is Above the Law!"
Kenyatta is expected to attend the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London from Monday, January 20th, immediate former Foreign Affairs CS Monica Juma confirmed.
"Arrived in London, ahead of H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta who, at the invitation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, will join other leaders for the Africa-UK investment summit on 20th January 2020," Dr. Juma wrote on Twitter on Saturday.
Miguna, who was set to return to Kenya on January 7th, is currently holed up in Germany after airlines declined to fly him to Nairobi over a red alter allegedly issued by the government of Kenya. The alert allegedly warned airlines against flying Miguna to Kenya or any other African nation.
This was the second time Miguna was attempting to return to the country after he was deported to Canada in February 2018 over claims that he had renounced his Kenyan citizenship.