Miguna detained at JKIA for Declining to Surrender his Canadian Passport-Kenyalivenews.com
Miguna detained at JKIA for Declining to Surrender his Canadian Passport

National Resistance Movement General Miguna Miguna has jetted back to the country after weeks following his exiling to Canada.

Miguna was forced out of the country on February 6th 2018 after being arrested for allegedly  commissioning an illegal oath and participating in an illegal gathering at Uhuru Park on January 30th 2018.

NASA leader Raila Odinga was sworn in as the People’s President on January 30th with Lawyer Miguna Miguna being at the heart of it.

Miguna won court battles against the government following his forceful deportation, Justice Chacha Mwita ordered the immigration department to issue him with travel document which was declined, the court further directed that Miguna was free to use his Canadian Passport to gain entry to Kenya.

Justice Mwita equally directed Interior and Coordination Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi to facilitate his return to Kenya on a day of his choice.

There are reports that the immigration department has detained Miguna at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport demanding that he surrenders his Canadian Passport and sign some immigration documents before being allowed to regain entry.

His lawyer Cliff Ombeta has however assured the public they are resolving the issue, Miguna had declined to surrender his Canadian Passport.