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How Miguna Needs To Deal with Fly Back To Country – Kibicho

Inside Principal Secretary Dr Karanja Kibicho has denied claims that the government provided high alerts to banished legal counselor Miguna which obstructed his re-visitation of Kenya on November 16, 2021.

Kibicho told the High Court in Milimani, Nairobi on Thursday, November 18th that he was not advised of any high alerts gave against Miguna by the public authority or any of its organizations on the matter.
“I affirm that no administration organization has given any purported high alert to Air France and Lufthansa Group (working as German Airlines) according to Miguna’s movement to Kenya,” Kibicho insisted.
He further clarified why Miguna was banned from flying back to Nairobi as the attorney was utilizing a Canadian identification as a Canadian resident, subsequently he is needed to look for a visa to be permitted to get onto a trip to the capital city. 
Kibicho demanded that the legal advisor couldn’t enter the country with simply his public character card. He added that he should visit the Kenya High Commission in Ottawa, Canada to get the right records to work with his return. 
Miguna was extradited in 2018 in the wake of swearing in ODM party pioneer Raila Odinga as ‘the People’s President’, and has endeavored to get back to the nation twice. 
His keep going endeavor was on November 16, 2021, his affirmed return date, where he had asserted he was halted from loading up an Air France trip to Nairobi from the Brandenburg Airport in Berlin, Germany. 
He had faulted the public authority for giving new high alerts against him that banned worldwide aircrafts from flying him back into the country. 
His attorneys, drove by Dr John Khaminwa and Law Society of Kenya president Nelson Havi expeditiously moved to court to constrain the public authority to eliminate the high alerts gave against him with the goal that he can fly back home. 
They demonstrated in their application that Miguna ought to be given an “quick next accessible trip to Paris, France, in transit to Nairobi, Kenya, and dismissal any high alert or limitation by the Government of Kenya”. 
Managing Judge Hedwig Ong’undi was left to choose the matter with the court and had informed the two sides that the decision will be made on November 22, 2021.