Frustration for Miguna continues as he is once again denied access to travel documents that will allow him land at Jomo Kenyatta Airport.
On his Twitter, Miguna has just revealed to the public that the people who were supposed to process his travel documents have been threatened by unknown authority in the government.
Miguna said he arrived at the Embassy at about 1:50 but Ambassador Tom hurriedly left leaving three officials to usher him in and that is when he was told that they will lose their jobs if they comply with Justice Ongudi's order.
"Arrived at the Kenyan Embassy, Berlin at 1:50 PM. Amb. Tom Amoli hurriedly left at 2 PM. Ushered to the boardroom by Emma Mabinda, Karuma and Esther Mungai and told that if they comply with Justice Ongudi's order and issue me with a travel document, they would lose their jobs," he wrote.
Justice Ongudi had ordered today at 12:00 , that Miguna should obtain an emergency travel document within 72 hours and upon landing at the airport, he will use his ID.
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