High Court sets new return date for Miguna Miguna

Miguna has been deported twice

In the ruling made by Justice Chacha Mwita, the High Court directed that Miguna must be presented in court to face his litigants in the next hearing which will be on May 18 and to give oral evidence.

Justice Chacha gave the orders after Miguna’s lawyers made an application challenging the government’s decision to strip him off of his citizenship.

The lawyers’ led by Siaya Senator James Orengo also want Miguna Miguna be allowed back into the country.

“This was a simple matter that should have been settled within a few minutes if the Government obeyed the court.” Said Orengo.

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