The High Court has issued fresh orders directing the government to facilitate the entry of lawyer Miguna Miguna back to the country on Tuesday, January 7.
Justice Weldon Korir directed that Miguna’s Kenyan passport currently under the custody of the registrar of the Court be released.
“An order be and is hereby issued, that pending and following the inter-partes hearing of the Application, compelling the Respondents to facilitate entry of the Petitioner into Kenya on January 7, 2020 or any other date appointed by the Petitioner on the basis of his identification through the use of his National Identity Card, or his Kenya Passport in the form and state it was delivered by the Respondents to the High Court Registry pursuant to this Court’s Order,” reads court papers.
The court has further provided Miguna’s lawyer Dr. John Khaminwa, together with Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) unhindered access to Miguna upon his landing at JKIA.
Court ORDERS issued today.
1) Miguna Miguna to enter Kenya UNCONDITIONALLY.
2) Miguna's ID card enough for entering Kenya.
3) The KNCHR to present Miguna's Kenya Passort No. A116842 at immigration for identity purposes.
4. Full access by advocates and KNCHR at Immigration. pic.twitter.com/6K5g6yIOZR
— Dr. Miguna Miguna (@MigunaMiguna) January 6, 2020