Miguna directed to obtain 'emergency travel documents' within 72 hours in order to travel to Kenya

Miguna Miguna in Berlin, Germany.
Miguna Miguna in Berlin, Germany

The Supreme Court directed attorney Miguna Miguna to obtain an emergency travel document within 72 hours from the Kenya High Commission in Ottawa Canada or Berlin Germany.

Judge Hedwig Ong'undi said that Secretary of State CS Raychelle Omamo should ensure that the order in question is followed.

Once in possession of an emergency travel document, Air France must allow him to board a suitable flight to Kenya with immediate effect.

"After landing, he will be allowed to use his identity for identification purposes," the judge said.

Upon entering Miguna Kenya, he must immediately apply for a Kenyan passport and the same must be given to him within seven days, provided all requirements are met.

Following the final court order, Miguna thanked the legal team for "showing once again that those who do not openly obey court orders are agents of the apocalypse."

"I'll be at the Kenyan Embassy in Berlin in two hours. The fight continues," he tweeted.

Last week, Interior Minister Karanja Kibicho said that no government agency has given the Lufthansa Group and Air France a red alert regarding Miguna Miguna's trip to Kenya.

In response to a recent lawsuit by Miguna requesting the removal of the red alerts, Kibicho said in an affidavit dated November 17 that Miguna's entire appeal was based on hearsay and inadmissible evidence and should be dismissed.

PS said he knew Miguna was briefed by the Kenyan National Human Rights Commission in response to a request to the Ministry of Home Affairs to facilitate his safe return, visit the Kenya High Commission in Ottawa and obtain an emergency certificate to activate it. To travel to Kenya.

According to court documents, the commission wrote a letter to the Immigration Office on 5 November asking them to facilitate his return to Kenya by issuing Miguna a valid Kenyan Passport.

Alternatively, they asked for a temporary travel document. Judge Chacha Mwita, in a decision on 14 December 2018, found that Miguna was illegally detained and subsequently deported from the country.

On November 12, the court denied Miguna's request to remove the red warnings issued by the Attorney General, acting director Alex Gitari and Fred Matiang'I Interior CS.

Alerts were directed to two airlines that prevented Miguna from boarding the plane.

However, the court dismissed Miguna's application, saying it did not provide any evidence to suggest that there was any red alert.

He then made a new attempt and filed a new application, through Attorney John Khaminwa, to have the red warnings issued by the Kenyan government lifted to the two airlines.

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