National Resistance Movement (NRM) General, Miguna Miguna, through his lawyer John Khaminwa, has issued a list of demands he wants the court to exact from the Government.
As he begins a legal battle against the State over his deportation to Canada, Miguna has made it clear that he wants to return to Kenya.
He wants the State to be compelled to cater for his bills, facilitate his safe return to the country and provide him with security as he fights the allegations that led to his deportation.
The outspoken lawyer also wants the court to suspend the Government declaration that he is not a Kenyan citizen and that his presence in Kenya is contrary to national interests.
In addition, Miguna wants 6 senior state officers held personally liable for violating his rights.
The six are; Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i, Attorney General Githu Muigai, Director of Immigration Gordon Kihalangwa, Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinett, Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti and Head of Flying Squad Said Kiprotich.
He also wants a gazette notice by Matiang'i declaring NRM a criminal group to be suspended by the court.
Miguna wants his travel documents restored to enable him to defend himself from charges leveled against him.
“He is entitled to return without any further delay and respond to the spurious claim of being in the country illegally and all other charges that were labelled against him.
"He wants to come to defend himself and prove the crimes committed against him by the Government,” Khaminwa noted.