State: Miguna is free to come back
SEE ALSO :Miguna: Honour court orders on my returnJustice Weldon Korir directed that the lawyer be allowed back using his passport and in the state it was delivered by the State. Miguna’s Kenyan passport No A116842 had been perforated when it was delivered in court last year. However, yesterday’s orders will enable him to get cleared without a requirement of a new passport, as he had also sought to be allowed to use his identification card as an entry document. Miguna was also allowed to have his lawyer John Khaminwa at the airport, or at any immigration area, where he will be at the time when his re-entry will be processed. According to the orders, Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNHCR) will file a report within seven days on whether the government had fully complied with the court orders.
SEE ALSO :Miguna’s second return 'blocked'In a tweet yesterday, Miguna said: “Patriots, ignore the statement by Alexander Muteshi. It is their inept damage control after the High Court orders today. “Let the rogues comply with all the court orders issued today (yesterday) and the numerous ones issued in 2018. A good start would be their delivery of my Kenyan passport.” Yesterday Miguna said he had departed Canada for Nairobi. “I’m not asking for any special treatment. I have never sought so-called “red carpet” treatment. I want and demand all my rights and fundamental freedoms to be respected. I want my valid Kenyan passport back. I want court orders to be obeyed and complied with. I must enter Kenya unconditionally as a Kenyan,” posted.
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