Deported National Resistance Movement (NRM) self-declared general Miguna Miguna has notified the government of his return to the country, scheduled for March 26th.
Through his lawyer Nelson Havi, Miguna has written to the Interior Ministry asking it to ensure that he is granted a safe re-entry to the country as directed by the High Court and Court of Appeal.
Last month, High Court directed the Immigration department to issue the lawyer with a passport to enable him reenter the country.
In the letter, Havi also asked the state to issue his client with a Kenyan Passport by depositing it at the Canadian embassy in Nairobi.
"They should also purchase and forward to him air ticket from Toronto Canada to Nairobi," Havi said.
Havi's letter is copied to Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i, Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet, Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) and the Kenya National Human Rights Commission (KNHRC).
"You must also confirm to us three days in writing that Miguna will not be detained and that he will be granted unrestricted access to Kenya," Havi added.
In his ruling, High Court Justice Chacha Mwita noted that should the state fail to comply with the directive, Miguna is free to use his Canadian passport to return to the country.
"Issue him with the travel documents and he should be allowed to Kenya on a day he chooses and to remain within the country until his petition is heard and determined," he said.