Miguna jetted back into the country on Thursday, October 20, after nearly five years in exile.
In a statement on Thursday, October 20, Mbadi, who was nominated to the National Assembly, said people who forced Miguna out are now in power.
“I watched my elder brother Miguna address the media at JKIA this morning. He was not composed, fear all over his face,
“He was right so because the other (more lethal) half of the government that “discarded” him is the one that welcomed him. He should take extra caution,” John Mbadi said in a tweet.
In past interviews, Miguna revealed that he was beaten, tortured, and drugged before being forcibly removed from Kenya.
His comments come just hours after Miguna Miguna landed at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) aboard a Kenya Airways flight.
The Canada-based lawyer was deported following his role in the swearing-in of opposition Chief Raila Odinga as the “people’s president” in January 2018 following the disputed 2017 presidential elections.
In his first address to Kenyans, Miguna thanked President William Ruto for facilitating his smooth transition by lifting the red alerts imposed on him by the previous regime.
He also thanked Kenyans for overwhelmingly voting for Kenya Kwanza Alliance in the August 9, presidential election saying he would not have been back if Raila Odinga would have won the presidential election.
“I must extend my gratitude to Kenyans who voted overwhelmingly for the Kenya Kwanza government because that is central to me. Without this administration, I would not be back home,” he said.