Controvesial lawyer Miguna Miguna has cancelled his planned return to Kenya.
Miguna who was scheduled to arrive in the country today (Wednesday) at 4pm revealed the change through a press statement.
In the statement, Miguna indicated: "I was determined to arrive home on schedule, however, just before my departure, I reluctantly cancelled my flight to Nairobi and postponed my next arrival date."
"In view of the refusal by the Department of Immigration to issue me with a valid Kenyan passport and facilitate my unconditional re-entry into Kenya as ordered by the High Court and formally requested by the Kenya National Commission for Human Rights on my behalf, and on advice from legal counsel.
"I have instructed my advocates to immediately bring to the attention of the court the continued willful contempt of its orders.
"We will provide you with my new arrival date as soon as the court gives further directions on this matter," he stated.
Miguna further urged his supporters to stand against the "continued violation of my rights and the rights of millions of Kenyans and failure to adhere to and respect the constitution".
He also criticisized what he termed as "escalating institutionalized culture of impunity and looting of hundreds of billions of public resources".
Following what he termed as ODM joining Jubilee, Miguna opined that the National Resistance Movement (NRM) is the defacto new Kenyan opposition.
He further urged his supporters to work towards the establishment of a merit based democratic society.