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Miguna Miguna breaks his silence on Lufthansa red alert

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Controversial Lawyer Dr. Miguna Miguna has broken his silence over Lufthansa Red Alert that has left him stranded at Berlin, Germany.

“The Office of the President issued a red alert to Lufthansa last evening threatening to deny landing rights to the airline if it carried me to Kenya or any other African country. It was issued after the Court Orders by Justice Korir. I’m still at TXL airport in Berlin.”

In a statement on his social media handle, the Kenyan-Canadian citizen said that he is yet to be cleared to leave for Kenya.

This follows a red alert allegedly issued by the government to Lufthansa Airlines blocking them from flying home Miguna.

It is further alleged that the airline was blocked to flying the former Nairobi Governor candidate and if possible to refund him his money.

Speaking following the allegation the government said they are working on the alert and that he will be allowed to fly home on the approval of the president.

Confirming the sentiments, Dr. Miguna Miguna confirmed that the red alert has not yet been canceled.

“Lufthansa has stated that it is ready to transport me to Kenya when the red alert has been formally canceled or withdrawn by the illegitimate Government of Kenya. But as of now, despite lies peddled via social media and press statements, the RED ALERT has not been canceled.”

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