Miguna Miguna’s attempts to gain entry into the country suffered yet another setback Tuesday night after he was ejected from a Nairobi bound plane in Paris.
The controversial lawyer took to his twitter account to lament being thrown out of an Air France plane hours after announcing that he had secured a flight to Kenya.
Miguna claims that a red alert has been issued to all airlines barring his entry into Kenya or any other African country.
Hours after he was denied entry into a Lufthansa Airline bound for Nairobi from Berlin Germany, lawyer Miguna was ejected from an Air France plane after checking in at the Charles De Gaulle airport in Paris France.
The Airline said it was obeying a red alert issued by Kenyan authorities. In its response to the controversial lawyer, Air France further said they were simply complying with international regulations governing air transport and that they were obliged to deny Miguna a boarding pass as soon as they received the red alert.
Earlier Miguna had tweeted after boarding the plane, assuring his supporters that he was to arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport at 9.45 am on Wednesday.
Initially Miguna was expected in the country on Tuesday at 9.25 am but he was barred from checking into a Lufthansa flight after the airline also received orders to deny him entry.
In February 2018, controversial lawyer Miguna Miguna was deported to Canada where he had been practicing law for the last 20 years.
The government said Miguna is a Canadian citizen who renewed his citizenship in July 2017 and is therefore not a Kenyan.
Miguna was put on a KLM flight to Amsterdam after police hid him in an unknown location for five days.
The government said Miguna Miguna had renounced his citizenship and was therefore a Canadian Citizen after renewing his citizenship in July 2017.