New details on meeting where decision to deport Miguna Miguna was made
Who made the decision to deport the self declared NRM general
According to The Standard, the decision was arrived at by top security chiefs at Harambee House on Wednesday evening after a court had ordered the release of the fiery lawyer.
The top security officers ordered immigration officials at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to book three tickets: One for Miguna and two for security personnel who accompanied him to Dubai.
On orders from the security bosses, two GSU officers were instructed to get ready for the flight that would take the self-declared NRM general back to Toronto, Canada.
The team was to fly through Dubai, London, Germany and Toronto. However, their journey ended prematurely in Dubai when Miguna refused to proceed with the journey, demanding for medical attention.
Up to this time, it is not clear which documents were used as the controversial lawyer has maintained that he does not have “any travel document or passport”.
An earlier statement from Miguna read in part that “I need Kihalangwa and Matiang’i to deliver my Kenyan passport to me here in Dubai tomorrow, March 30, 2018, as multiple courts have ordered them to do so that I can use it to travel to Nairobi immediately”.
Miguna Miguna has claimed that he was drugged and dragged during his second deportation and only became conscious in Dubai.
His deportation has set NASA leader Raila Odinga on a collision path with his supporters who feel that opposition chief did not do enough to secure the release of the self-declared NRM general.
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