Miguna Miguna on Monday stated that the government should hand over back his Kenyan passport at the airport on the day he lands in Kenya.
The one thing Miguna wants done on the day he lands back into Kenya
Let me make it clear
The politician through a letter addressed to the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) and Law Society of Kenya, pointed out that following the ruling issued in 2018 by the court, he was not a criminal and thus his passport should be given back to him.
“As a member in good standing of the Law Society of Kenya, and a Kenyan citizen with no criminal record and because the defendants have neither returned my valid Kenyan Passport nor issued me with a replacement as ordered by the High Court multiple times, I request that you liase with the Attorney General, Paul Kihara Kariuki, the Cabinet Secretary for Interior Dr Fred Matiang’i and the PS for Immigration Gordon Kihalangwa in order to ensure the return of my Kenyan passport on my arrival at the airport,” stated Miguna.
The lawyer however is yet to announce the date on which he would make the trip back to the country and reiterated that he would announce it days before he travelled.
The controversial Miguna pointed out that he expects the ruling made by Justice Chacha Mwita to be observed by the government.
Mataingi and Kihalangwa ordered to pay Miguna Sh7 million
In December last year, Mwita had ruled that Miguna was legal citizen of the country.
The judge further stated that the government did not follow the law during the deportation of the self -proclaimed National Resistance Movement (NRM) General.
Mwita had noted that citizenship by birth could not be cancelled and ordered Matiang’i and Kihalangwa to pay Miguna Sh7 million over the violation of his rights.
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