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Miguna makes first appearance after arrest [PHOTO]

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In the pictures shared online, Mr. Miguna, who was allegedly before a Kajiado court on Tuesday morning, is seen alighting from a black vehicle.

Mr Miguna refused to take a plea before the court stating that Justice Luka Kimaru was waiting for him at Milimani Law Courts.

"I cannot take a plea here in Kajiado as Justice Kimaru is waiting for me in Nairobi Law Courts," he said

The Canadian-based lawyer was dramatically arrested from his Runda home for participating in the swearing-in of National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga as the People's President.

Since his apprehension, his lawyers including Senior Counsel John Khaminwa divulged that police had barred them from seeing him.

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