Lawyer Miguna Miguna has given details about his flight ahead of his expected arrival in Nairobi on Tuesday.
Miguna, who was illegally deported to Canada in February 2018, says he will travel from Berlin (Germany) to Nairobi via Paris (France) on Monday using an Air France flight.
The Kenyan-Canadian political activist said he will give an update if the French flag carrier bars him from boarding the plane due to a red alert issued by the Kenyan government.
“These are my flight details on Air France AF 836, Airbus A320, from Berlin-Paris-Nairobi on Monday, November 15, 2021. I’ll update everyone on November 15, 2021, if Air France stops me from boarding because of the red alerts by State House Kenya,” Miguna said in a statement.
Earlier this week, Miguna left Toronto, Canada for Germany where he has been staying in readiness of his journey to Kenya.
He will be accompanied by retired Chief Justice Willy Mutunga and Law Society of Kenya president Nelson Havi.
Miguna said he will proceed with the trip despite the court declining to lift the red alerts prohibiting Lufthansa and Air France from carrying him to Nairobi.
Justice Hedwig Ongudi on Friday ruled that the court cannot rely on speculations to grant the orders sought by Miguna, saying the petitioner was under obligation to prove the existence of the said red alerts.
“I will proceed with my journey as previously communicated and in accordance with Justice Chacha Mwita’s Order of December 14, 2018 and Justice Weldon Korir’s Order of January 6, 2020. If I am blocked again, the matter will return to court. If not, see you soon,” Miguna said in a tweet.