GOVERNMENT FAILS TO LIFT RED ALERT FOR MIGUNA MIGUNA'S RETURN TO KENYA
After several attempts to come back since his exile in 2018, Miguna was certain to come back to Kenya on November 6th 2021 but didn't make it after Air France informed him that the red alerts had not been yet lifted.
Photo: (Courtesy ) Miguna Miguna at the airport in Berlin
On Tuesday morning, November 16th the lawyer expressed his disappointment on how the government of Kenya had failed to lift the red alerts to enable him fly back to the country.
In a tweet Miguna Miguna said that Air France and Lufthansa are the two two airlines to fly him back to Africa but could not due to the red alerts raised.
However, a section of netizens have expressed their concerns by urging the lawyer to fly to Uganda and then sneak into the country across the Kenya-Uganda border.
Others tried to convince him to hire a private jet that could land him into the country thus avoiding to use air France or Lufthansa.
Photo :(Courtesy) Miguna Miguna
Miguna Miguna dismissed their advice by stating that him doing so could give the government a reason to term him as a criminal and execute a punitive measures on him.
Also hiring a private jet requires clearance which could not be granted or the jet might be denied passing through air space of other country or denial of landing access.
He further stated that the red alert barred him from flying to any african country.
Miguna Miguna cocluded by saying that he’ll not disrespect the law by illegally landing into the country.
His return has been in jeopardy for three years now since the lawyer was deported to Canada.