Miguna to land at JKIA at 2:30pm with no Kenyan passport

Miguna Miguna at the Milimani Law Courts .[]

Self-proclaimed NRM ‘general’ lawyer Miguna Miguna is expected to land at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) Monday at 2:30pm.

This is the first time Miguna will be travelling back to his native home after a six-week stay in Canada following his deportation on February 6.

Miguna was deported by the State over his alleged role in the unofficial ‘swearing-in’ of Raila Odinga as the People’s President on January 30 at Uhuru Park.

He is expected to be welcomed back by Senate Minority Leader and Siaya Senator James Orengo, his family members and his legal team led by lawyer Nelson Havi.

On Friday, his lawyers Nelson Havi and James Orengo met the Kenya Chairperson of Kenya National Commission on Human Rights Kagwiria Mbogori to finalize on his returns.

“Today’s press briefing with the Chairperson of Kenya National Commission on Human Rights after a meeting to finalise the logistics for the return of Miguna Miguna on Monday the 26th March 2016 at 1030am. Work in progress so far is satisfactory,” Orengo tweeted.

Havi said they are banking on government’s word to grant Miguna safety upon his return.

However, in a statement on Sunday, Miguna, in a twist, asserted the state has failed to guarantee his safety.

“I wish to underline that the government has so far refused to guarantee my personal safety and security upon and after my return to and stay in Kenya,” said Miguna as quoted by Nairobi News.

He said the Interior Ministry-CS Fred Matiang’i and Immigration boss Gordon Kihalangwa have failed to comply with court orders issued by High Court Judge Luka Kimaru.

“They have so far refused to obey and comply with the various court orders by Justices Kimaru and Chacha Mwita requiring them individually and collectively to return or reissue my Kenyan passport.”