Self-Proclaimed National Resistance Movement General Miguna Miguna has moved to court seeking to get back his travel documents.
The lawyer on Friday filed a case in court seeking to bar the government from issuing travel advisory against him.
This comes barely a month after Miguna was barred from entering the country, following a ‘red alert’ issued to Air France that was to lift him.
The lawyer was forced to alight moment after boarding the flight, with the flight management citing alert order from the government of Kenya.
The travel advisory was issued by the government against a court order, that was issued compelling the State to facilitate the lawyer’s re-entry in the country based on his identification through his national identity card or his withheld Kenyan passport.
The Director of Immigration Alexander Muteshi had assured the government commitment to facilitate Dr Miguna’s return back in the country, but his words did not have any effect.
Miguna was deported in March 2018 after swearing in ODM leader Raila Odinga on January 31 as the people’s president.