Zelaya told the television station, one of the few pro-Zelaya media outlets in the capital, that he traveled overland for two days to reach the capital and is making arrangements to take back the government he heads.
In the meantime, thousands or pro-Zelaya people are congregating in the streets around the UN offices. The original news came from the Honduran Ambassador to Nicaragua, Elizabeth Sierra.
A Zelaya spokesperson said the president is calling on his cabinet to come to the capital to reform his government.
Meanwhile the coup government led by Roberto Michelleti has been silent although a spokesperson for the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Armed Forces say Zelaya is not in the country.