The last few months have been hard for seasoned politician and Activist Miguna Miguna after he was deported from Kenya in controversial circumstances.
Miguna was the man behind the swearing-in of Raila Odinga as the people's President in an event that drew dire reactions across the world.
Since the incident, several court orders have been issued regarding Miguna's citizenship but none have been observed so far leaving Miguna to complain from far. Recently, former Chief Justice William Mutunga announced he was going to travel to Canada to bring back Miguna Miguna.
Before the journey, Miguna through his lawyers had filed a petition seeking orders to suspend red alerts that had been issued against him.
Earlier today the High Court declined to issue the orders sought by Miguna Miguna to lift government red alerts for two airlines to enable him to travel into the country later this month.
It now remains to be seen whether Miguna will be appealing the ruling.
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