Chaos as Miguna misses court session for the 3rd time [PHOTOS]

The police have not availed Miguna in court for the third time.

The locals demanded that police release or produce him in court for charges to be administered to him. The new twist emerges even as Miguna missed the Tuesday morning court session, as the lawyers representing him failed to trace his whereabouts.

On Monday, Miguna’s lawyer demanded to know whether his client was dead after police failed to present him at a Milimani Court despite a court order.

Senior Counsel John Khaminwa told a Milimani Court that he feared for the life of his client, who reportedly suffered an asthma attack on Sunday while in police custody.

"We have come to you with a very heavy heart, we fear for the life of Miguna Miguna. Is he alive? Is he dead? Is he in the hospital?" Mr. Khaminwa told the judge.

"These are incidents that keep on coming to our heads. Miguna has a family which does not live in Kenya but in Canada. The family is anxious to know what has happened to our bread-winner Miguna Miguna," he added.

Miguna was not at the court despite Justice Luka Kimaru instructing the police to present him at 2 PM.

During the court session, Dr. Khaminwa quoted several people who met their death while in police custody.

The veteran lawyer emphasised that the rule of law must be obeyed highlighting that the High Court order to release Mr Miguna must be adhered to.

NASA leader Raila Odinga, businessman Jimi Wanjigi among others were at the court to receive Mr Miguna.

Police fail to produce Miguna Miguna at Milimani

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

Inside Standard Group's mass firing

Inside Standard Group's mass firing

Details of Uhuru's whereabouts after handing over power

Details of Uhuru's whereabouts after handing over power

Azimio to block the appointment of these cabinet nominees

Azimio to block the appointment of these cabinet nominees

Ruto appoints 49-member team to review CBC

Ruto appoints 49-member team to review CBC

Kakamega health officials probe suspected Ebola case

Kakamega health officials probe suspected Ebola case

Sakaja's plan to retain military after NMS hands back transferred functions

Sakaja's plan to retain military after NMS hands back transferred functions

NPSC appoints acting DCI boss

NPSC appoints acting DCI boss

Ahmednasir criticises how CJ Koome received Ruto in Parliament

Ahmednasir criticises how CJ Koome received Ruto in Parliament

Why Ruto has slashed Sh300 billion from 2022/23 budget

Why Ruto has slashed Sh300 billion from 2022/23 budget