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The fiery lawyer is expected in the country on October 20.

Lawyer Miguna Miguna has listed the priority activities he will undertake as soon as he lands in Kenya.

The lawyer is expected back in the country on Thursday, October 20, and will land at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) at 6:00 AM.  

Upon landing, he said he would first pay homage to the late Chris Msando who was killed in the lead-up to the 2017 General Election.

By the time of his death, Msando served as the IEBC ICT manager.

After honouring Msando, the fiery barrister and author said he would be paying his last respects to the late Onyango Oloo, a former political detainee and human rights activist.

He would thereafter proceed to his native home to honour his departed family members.

Lawyer Miguna Miguna. Photo: Courtesy.

Miguna Miguna on Saturday, October 1, confirmed that a Kenyan was raising funds for his return to the country.

One of the tweeps shared a poser with details of the contribution asking whether it was genuine or they were conmen.

In response, the Canadian-based lawyer noted that it was genuine and was being spearheaded by honest Kenyans willing to give freely.

"They are not conmen. They are honest Kenyans trying to raise funds legally from those willing to give freely in order to accord me the homecoming they are planning. There is nothing dishonest about that. I only associate with people of integrity. And this is integrity," he stated.

Miguna recently disclosed that he had received a new passport courtesy of President William Ruto.