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Miguna Miguna demands travel documents to return to Kenya before Ruto’s swearing in

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Miguna Miguna, the Kenyan lawyer who was deported to Canada after the controvertial mock swearing-in of Raila Odinga has asked the Public Service Commission head Joseph Kinyua to provide documents to facilitate for his travel back to the country ahead of William Ruto’s swearing in to the office oof the President.

Miguna gave Kinyua as the chairperson of the assumption of Office of the President Committee 24 hours to facilitate his travel by giving him emergency travel documents and lifting red alerts issued to airlines.

Through his lawyer Adrian Kamotho Njenga, Dr Miguna says government officials have in the past failed to comply with court orders, to facilitate his return to Kenya.

Through his lawyer, Miguna said, “Thus, your Committee has an overarching duty and legal obligation to ensure that our client is facilitated to attend the swearing in ceremony of the 5th President, His Excellency William Samoei Ruto, without fail.”

On election day, Miguna Miguna voted at the Kenyan High Commission Consulate in Toronto where his Citizenship question was not an issue, however he still will not be allowed into the country due to Nairobi insisting that he does not have citizenship and has to renew regularly.

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