Miguna leaves Dubai for Toronto after days at the Airport

Controversial lawyer Miguna Miguna has left Dubai for Canada under the escort of UAE police officers days after he was deported from Nairobi to Dubai.

Miguna managed to produce his passport to facilitate his travel, the same passport he failed to produce at JKIA before he was deported.

Miguna was deported to Dubai on Thursday last week after a major scuffle at the airport after he declined to produce his Canadian passport.

On his social media page, Miguna lauded the UAE government for facilitating his medical checkup.

He would later be escorted under tight security onto Air Canada flight AC 057 bound for Toronto.

The government maintains that the self-declared NRM Kenya general is no longer a Kenyan saying he denounced his citizenship.

The High Court has however ordered that Miguna be facilitated to acquire a passport to enable him attend hearings of a case filed in Court on his citizenship status.

Miguna has however accused NASA leader Raila Odinga of ignoring his plight saying he is suffering due to his support of the opposition leader yet he has failed to intervene and resolve the matter.

Elsewhere, a human rights activist in Kisumu city went on a hunger strike in a desperate bid to pressurize the government to comply with court orders issued to facilitate the return of Miguna Miguna to Kenya.

For the third day, Boniface Akumu kept vigil at Kondele round about, not only to root for the return of the fiery lawyer but also to promote peaceful protests in a region known for violent protests.

On the side of the activist lies a huge banner with a message to the government.

Akumu vowed to continue with the hunger strike until Miguna returns to the country.

He claims had his last meal was on Thursday last week before embarking on his hunger strike which he claims his family supports.


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