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“There’s a Honda trailing me”- Miguna Miguna now says he fears for his life

In Summary

  • The lawyer says the grey CRV with an Ontario plate has been monitoring his house.
  • He has slated his return to Kenya for November 16.

Canada-based Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna says he is fearing for his life.

He says a grey Honda CRV bearing the Ontario-Canada plate number BYLM 576 “has been monitoring our house for the past two weeks.”

The fiery lawyer links the alleged monitoring with the announcement of his planned return to Kenya on November 16.

Earlier in the day, Miguna shared photos of air tickets from York Gate Travel, a travel agency based in North York, Ontaria. The photos were captioned: “KENYA: We are READY and are ON THE WAY. Viva!”

Unexpectedly, Miguna blames the presence of the greyish CRV on President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga. “I don’t fear them. I don’t fear death. I’m still coming home.”

Miguna Miguna Red Alerts

Miguna plans to return accompanied by former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga. His past attempt to enter the country came to a cropper after red alerts were issued against him to several airlines flying into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi.

Miguna was first deported from Kenya in March, 2018. He had taken part in the swearing-in of Raila as the ‘People’s President’ at Uhuru Park on January 30, 2018.

Prior to the deportation, security agencies had forcibly entered his house in Runda and detained him at various police stations. Meanwhile, his lawyers were active in court trying to secure orders for his release.

Miguna Miguna
Drama was witnessed at JKIA when Miguna was being deported three years ago. The incident spawned a phrase that threaded its way into local slang, “I am not boarding!” PHOTO/FILE

Miguna was eventually put on a Dubai-bound flight in a physical drama that attracted worldwide attention, aahs and oohs.

Court Orders

Though several court orders were issues regarding his citizenship, all were disregarded by the respective government agencies.

On March 2019, Justice George Odinga convicted Interior CS Fred Matiang’i and other immigration officers for contempt of court and fined them KSh200,000 each.

Miguna was also awarded KSh7 million in damages, and KSh270,000 for the damage of his house, by Justice Chacha Mwita.

Withdraw Red Alerts

CJ Mutunga has called on the government to “immediately and unconditionally withdraws the red alerts that it has issued against Miguna Miguna and allows all airlines to fly [him] to Kenya.”

The planned Miguna return, said Mutunga, will be streamed live.

“I am also seeking out Kenyan journalists who will accompany me on this historic journey,” CJ emeritus also said.

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