Reacting to the High Court ruling, Miguna made it clear that he is not going to re-apply for his Citizenship at the Embassy.
“I'm not visiting the Kenyan Embassy to apply for citizenship which I never lost. The Court has once more AFFIRMED that I am a Kenyan by birth who must enter Kenya as a Kenyan upon presentation of my National ID card. The Embassy has been ORDERED to issue a travel document,” tweeted Miguna Miguna.
In separate tweet, Miguna thanked his lawyers for a job well done, promising to be at the Kenyan Embassy in Berlin within two hours.
“Congratulations, SC Dr. Khaminwa, @NelsonHavi, @AngawaEA, Valentine Khaminwa and @kadirosman06 for demonstrating once more that those who flagrantly disobey court orders are agents of doom. I'll be at the Kenyan Embassy in Berlin in the next 2 hours. The struggle continues,” reads Miguna’s tweet.
Just the other day, Miguna who was expected in the country on Tuesday, 16 November 2021 took to tweet to lament that he had been blocked from flying to any African country let alone Kenya.
“This is to inform Kenyans and the world that @airfrance officials at the check-in counter at the Berlin Brandenburg Airport have just informed me that the Government of Kenya sent them a "red Alert" this morning that they cannot fly me to Nairobi. I'm waiting for a copy”, reads a tweet from Miguna.