Then High Court of Mombasa has approved the deportation of British terrorist Jermaine John Grant as applied by the prosecution.
Hon. Anne Ong’injo directed that Grant be deported back to his country through the Cabinet Secretary of Immigration in accordance with the Citizenship and Immigration Act.
“The High Court in Mombasa has allowed the prosecution’s application to have jailed British terrorist Jermaine John Grant deported upon completion of his sentence.
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The prosecution, through ADPP Jami Yamina and assisted by Prosecution Counsel Ngiri Wangui, had filed the application asking the court to order for his deportation upon completion of his nine-year jail term.
In her ruling, Hon. Anne Ong’injo directed that Grant be repatriated to his country of origin by the Cabinet Secretary in charge of immigration in accordance with the Citizenship and Immigration Act. However, Grant told the court during a virtual hearing that he has no objection to being deported to Britain,” said ODPP
In 2015 the Briton was sentenced to nine-years in jail for being in the country illegally and trying to acquire Kenyan citizenship.
He was subsequently sentenced to four years for being in possession of explosives and planning the 2019 terror attack before the court directed that he serves both sentences concurrently.
“The Briton was convicted and sentenced to a nine-year jail term for being in the country illegally and trying to acquire Kenyan citizenship in 2015.
Grant was further sentenced to four years for being in possession of explosives and planning a terror attack in 2019, but the court directed that he serve both sentences concurrently,” said ODPP