Miguna Miguna hoped to return home after years of exile,.
They deported him to Canada in 2018 after officials suspected him of unlawfully entering the nation.
The argument was that in order to be a Canadian; he had to renounce his Kenyan citizenship.
Despite winning his legal struggle with the authorities, they still barred him from entering the nation.
This is because of red alerts sent to many airlines, which labeled him a threat to Kenyan security and peace.
He’s been on a tear, urging Kenyans to revolt against President Uhuru, Kenyatta and Raila Odinga by calling for a revolution.
He intends to put the Kenyan government, led by President Uhuru Kenyatta, to the test.
He will take office next week, but in order to do so, he has sought court orders interesting the airlines to stop issuing red flags.
Hedwig Ongudi, a Kenyan High Court judge, has refused to provide the orders sought by lawyer Miguna.
He wants that to allow him to return to Kenya next week Tuesday.
Miguna requested that the Kenyan government lift red alerts issued to two flights, Lufthansa German Airlines and Air France.
Miguna claims that the government’s red alerts have made it impossible for him to work.
He said this through a case filed in Kenya’s High Court by lawyer Dr. John Khaminwa.
The red alerts, according to Miguna, are illegal and they should lift them to allow him to fly.
Respondents in the petition include Attorney-General Kihara Kariuki, and Foreign Affairs’s Raychelle Omamo.
Others include Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Director-General Gilbert Kibe, Kenya Airports Authority’s Alex Gitari.
They also conjoined the interior Cabinet Secretary, Fred Mating’i as a respondent in that case.
Nelson Havi and former chief Justice Willy Mutunga have already announced their willingness to accampany the general home.