Lawyer Miguna Miguna has been ordered to obtain an emergency travelling document by the Kenyan Embassy in Berlin within the next 72 hours to facilitate his travelling.
The court also ruled that Air France should aboard him upon presentation of the documents.
“Upon landing, he should be allowed to use his ID for purposes of identification,” said Justice Ong’udi
Miguna went ahead to congratulate SC Dr. Khaminwa, Nelson Havi, Eliza Ang’awa, Valentine Khaminwa and Kadir Osman for delivering the argument on his behalf. He noted that the group had demonstrated that those who flagrantly disobey court orders are agents of doom.
The outspoken lawyer however claims that he has been to get the emergency travelling document from the Kenyan Embassy.
“Here is the image of me leaving the Kenyan Embassy in Berlin at 2:02 PM after the Embassy Officials REFUSED to comply with Justice Ong’udi’s Order directing them to issue me with a Travel Document. The struggle continues,” he tweeted.
Miguna, was expected to land in Kenya on Tuesday November 16. However, his journey did not proceed beyond Berlin, Germany, where he was met with an international red alert against him.
“This is to inform Kenyans and the world that @airfrance at the check-in counter at the Berlin Brandenburg Airport have just informed me that the government of kenya sent them a “red alert” this morning that they cannot fly me to Nairobi, I’m waiting for a copy” Miguna captioned.
In a statement last week, PS Karanja Kibicho said no government agency has issued any red alert to the Lufthansa Group and Air France in relation to Miguna’s travel to Kenya.
Meanwhile, the Immigration has been instructed to allow him to enter Kenya using his ID and later issue him with a passport within 7 days of entry.
Miguna’s case is being handled by lawyers John Khaminwa, Nelson Havi, Esther Ang’awa, Valentine Khaminwa and Abdikadir Osman.
BY CYN KENYANI
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