Miguna Miguna now says he did not flee the country(Kenya) and that he will return home next month.
In a statement he issued from Toronto, Canada, Miguna says his mission in Canada was to popularize his book 'Peeling Back the Mask'.
"I am particularly disturbed by fake and false media reports that I had fled into exile. Some desperate political goons for hire have even claimed that I have ‘fled from justice.' By the time I left Kenya, I had not been served with any legal notices or law suits" he stated.
He added " I have earned a living practicing law for more than 15 years. Therefore, a lawsuit isn't something I run away from".
Miguna also termed as intolerance Tuesday's public demonstration in Nyando(Western Kenya) where his effigy was burnt.
Protesters led by Nyando Member of Parliament, Fred Outa marched in Luo traditional style, usually witnessed during funerals while ferrying Miguna's effigy in a coffin which they eventually set on fire .
Miguna criticized the demonstrators saying their act demonstrates a level of intolerance and base loyalty to certain political personages in a manner that cannot be positive.
Miguna further said that he did not flee the country and that he would return home on the 18th of next month(August) to address matters that his book has raised.
"I am scheduled back to Kenya on or about August 18th, 2012, when my family holiday and publicity tour of my book ends. On arrival, I shall issue a comprehensive statement on some of the issues that have been raised in the media in recent days over my latest book and attendant political issues" he said.