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Government promise to facilitate Miguna Miguna’s return

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The government through the Immigration department has promised to facilitate the entrance of Dr. Miguna Miguna into the country.

In a notice shared by Immigration Kenya, they have vowed to comply with court orders issued in December to allow the entrance of the vocal lawyer.

In addition to that, his lawyer Dr. john Khaminiwa and other lawyers from the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights have also been issued the green light to receive him at the airport.

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The move by the government is in line with orders issued by Justice Weldon Korir who called for smooth facilitation of Dr. Miguna Miguna.

The Judge also ordered the release of his Kenyan passport currently being held by the government.

In 2018, the Kenyan-Canadian lawyer was deported outside the country following the mick swearing-in of hon Raila Odinga.

He was detained for several hours at JKIA before he was deported via Dubai through the Emirates Airline.

He confirmed his well being as he reported to have been sedated by the government.

Two days ago, he revealed that the DCI through the now re-branded flying squad officials took possession of his vehicle.

He further accused them of wanting to install surveillance devices to monitor his movement in the country.

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