Miguna Miguna Demands 3 Things From Uhuru Kenyatta Upon His Return

  • National Resistance Movement (NRM) leader Miguna Miguna has demanded three things from President Uhuru Kenyatta upon his return to Kenya on March 26.

    In a statement, Miguna, through lawyer Nelson Havi, asked the state to issue him with a valid Kenyan Passport, to be delivered to him in Kenya through the Canadian embassy.

    "They should also purchase and forward to Miguna an air ticket from Toronto, Canada to Nairobi, Kenya, arriving on the morning of 26th March," Mr Havi added.

    Mr Havi also asked the Interior ministry to ensure that Miguna is granted safe re-entry and stay as had been ordered by the High Court and Court of Appeal.

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    Miguna further demanded a confirmation in writing that he will not be detained, harmed or obstructed from returning to and from remaining in Kenya.

    "You must also confirm to us that Miguna will be granted unrestricted access to Kenya," Havi added.

    The letter, which was copied to the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet and Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti also indicated that the state must provide security for Miguna upon his return.

    On February 26, the High Court had ordered Immigration boss Gordon Kihalangwa to issue Mr Miguna with his travel documents to enable his return.

    In his ruling, Justice Chacha Mwita noted that failure to comply with the Court directive, Miguna is at liberty to use his Canadian passport to return to Kenya.

    "Issue him with the travel documents and he should be allowed to Kenya on a day he chooses and to remain within the country until his petition is heard and determined," Justice Mwita ruled.

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