Lawyer Miguna Miguna on Wednesday announced that he has left the country for London, United Kingdom, but did not say much details about the purpose of his trip.
His trip just comes a month after he had arrived back in Kenya from Canada where he had been living in exile.
Taking to his official Twitter account, Miguna shared photos of himself looking cheerful, as he posed alongside two Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) employees.
“To London, with love. I’ll be back soon! Viva!,”he wrote
Kenyans on Twitter were quick to react on the lawyer’s unexpected trip abroad with many intimating that the lawyer was ‘fleeing’ after failing to ‘liberate’ Kenya as he had claimed he would when he returned from exile.
Following the mixed reactions, Miguna took back to the social networking site to defend his right to travel in and out of the country at will.
“President William Ruto is in South Korea on a state visit. He has travelled out of Kenya more than 15 times since his inauguration. Please Kenyans, allow General Miguna Miguna to exercise his rights and travel out and into the country whenever necessary. Freedom is here! Viva!,”Miguna Miguna wrote