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The Government finally bows to Miguna Miguna’s pressure and allows him to travel back home


In a letter signed by the Solicitor General, Kennedy Ogeto, the government asked the Kenyan High Commissions in Ottawa and Berlin to facilitate Miguna’s travel by issuing him with the requisite travel documents upon the provision of the necessary documentation.

Miguna, who was travelling to Kenya on Tuesday, November 16, was stranded in Berlin, Germany after the country’s national carrier, Lufthansa, refused to fly him to Kenya citing the existence of red alerts issued by the government.

In his letter addressed to the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President, Nelson Havi, the Solicitor General noted that the government had issued express instructions to the Embassies to clear Miguna to travel.

“Upon the receipt of a court order issued by Lady Justice Hedwig Ong’udi on Nov 22, 2021, we advised the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and we have since received confirmation that the Department of Immigration has instructed the Immigration officers in Berlin and Ottawa to issue Miguna Miguna with the travel documents upon the filing of the requisite forms,” read the letter in part.

The Solicitor General’s letter dated Monday, November 29, comes barely a week after Miguna claimed that the Kenyan immigration officials in Berlin had refused to hear him out despite existing court orders.

“I found three Kenyan Embassy staff – Alexander Karuma, Emma Malinda and Esther Mungai – who showed so much hatred towards me and contempt for Court Orders that one would be mistaken to think that Kenya belongs to them, while Amb. Tom Amolo is a disgrace and spineless man,” stated Miguna Miguna on Nov 23 after being denied clearance by Kenyan Embassy in Berlin.

On several occasions, he has attempted to come back into the country but has been met with harsh conditions including being deported upon landing at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).

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