Less than five minutes after the ruling by Judge Luka Kimaru, Miguna took to his Twitter account where he encouraged his supporters.
He stated that the NRM was truly committed to the rule of law, but failed short of announcing when he will be returning to the country after his deportation was nullified.
"We, the NRMKe, Kenyan patriots and freedom fighters, believe in and are fully committed to the RULE OF LAW. We shall use the CONSTITUTION as the SPEAR and the SHIELD in the fight against the despots," Miguna stated.
The Canadian-based Kenyan lawyer had moved to court on Monday seeking to be given back his Kenyan passport and citizenship.
He had also sought the court to order immigration officials to facilitate his return to the country, including payment of the air ticket.
In his ruling, Justice Kimaru directed the government to deposit Dr Miguna’s revoked passport at the court within seven days.