"Uhuru fears Miguna" – says activist Boniface Mwangi after the airport drama on Monday night
Miguna refused to spend hours after landing in the countryside
The respected activist Boniface Mwangi has Wondered Monday evening JKIA (Jomo Kenyatta International Airport) drama, in the self-proclaimed National Resistance Movement (NRM) General Miguna Miguna refused to take a flight to Dubai for 10 hours after landing in the country.
Emirates pilots refused to fly back on board with Miguna and identified him as an enemy passenger.
Miguna reportedly refused to surrender his Canadian passport after immigration authorities requested it.
The country is free to allow foreign immigrants to enter the country after obtaining a visa.
Mwenda Njoka, spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior, said that Miguna was not denied entry, but was asked to present the passport he refused.
"The government did not refuse entry to Miguna Miguna, and upon his arrival at JKIA, he was asked to present the passport he was traveling to and refused," Njoka said in a tweet.
GoK did not refuse entry to Miguna Miguna. Upon his arrival at JKIA, he was asked to present the passport he had traveled to. He refused. It is a legal requirement and IATA regulation for travelers to show the documents they have submitted at entry @GKihalangwaSee also: Pictures: Miguna Miguna finally lands in Kenya
– Mwenda Njoka (@mwendanjoka) March 26, 2018
Boniface Mwangi took the opportunity to respond to social media and catapult the government toward Miguna's treatment. On his Twitter, he warned Kenyans not to be "safe" after trying to force Miguma out of the country.
"It is very dangerous when a government resists court orders, nobody is sure about such a government Today is Miguna, tomorrow you will be the victim You may not like Miguna Miguna but his rights must be respected and protected! No "IFs", no "BUTs!", Said the activist.
It is very dangerous for a government to oppose court orders. Nobody is safe from such a government. Today is Miguna, tomorrow you will be the victim. You may not like @MigunaMiguna but your rights must be respected and protected! No "IFs", no "BUTs"! #MigunaReturns – Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) March 27, 2018
He then noted that Miguna was the only person who could stand up to the government, and justified it The president does not want him in Kenya.
"The entire administration of President Utenyatta is afraid of a man, Miguna Miguna. Miguna Miguna is now the real one-man opposition and since he can not be intimidated or bribed, the president does not want him in Kenya. You harras those who fear you, Uhuru fears Miguna.
President @UKenyatta scares the entire government of a man @MigunaMiguna Miguna Miguna is now the real one-man opposition and as he is not intimidated or bribed If the President does not want him in Kenya, you harras those you fear, Uhuru fears Miguna. #MigunaReturns – Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) March 27, 2018
According to the Former governor of Nairobi, the government is afraid of Miguna and therefore his comeback is a big problem. 
Because Raila Odinga works for immigration? If Uhuru were not afraid of Miguna That would not be a problem, the President of the Republic of Kenya is afraid of this one man who questioned his legitimacy, nobody is being harassed or deported, "the activist added.
Because Raila Odinga works for immigration? If Uhuru was not afraid of Miguna, that would not be a problem. The President of the Republic of Kenya is afraid of this one man who questioned his legitimacy. Nobody is being harassed or deported. #MigunaReturns https://t.co/v6VyJtRiYm- Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) March 27, 2018
To be honest, President @UKenyatta has great Fear of @MigunaMiguna . The government opposes the court decisions because they fear Miguna. Miguna does not gloss over his words. Miguna boldly speaks the truth to power. Miguna is a patriot. #MigunaReturns pic.twitter.com/8dHyJ5SkJw – Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) March 27, 2018
National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga also set out the way to JKIA Monday night, but his attempts to rescue Miguna were all in vain.
Miguna's lawyers have sworn to seek guidance in court.
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