Self-proclaimed NRM leader and Lawyer Miguna Miguna has taken to his social media and revealed a ruling that has favored him by one justice Korir. In his post Miguna revealed that the judge allowed him to press charges against the state for going against his rights of citizenry which he claims was violated once he was deported to Canada.
In his ruling, Judge Korir said, “Justice Korir ruled: "The Petitioner’s case is that the 1st and 2nd respondents did not allow him to board their flights because of “red alerts” issued by the Kenyan State. The violation of the Petitioner’s rights happened as a result of the issuance of the “red alerts”."
Justice Korir's clincher: "Miguna is entitled to sue as many times as the number of the incidents of the violations. He can only stop suing the violators of his constitutional rights and fundamental freedoms when the violations cease."
This comes as good news to Miguna who has been fighting court battles to have him back to the country following an ugly split with the government after swearing in Raila Odinga in 2017.
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