Nelson Havi Goes To Court To Force The Gov’t To Allow Miguna Miguna Fly In Nairobi (video)

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Law Society of Kenya president, Nelson Havi, Former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga and United Green Movement Party leader Agostino Neto  have moved to court seeking court orders to allow stranded lawyer Miguna Miguna back in the country.


Speaking in a press conference on Tuesday at the UGM party Headquarters in Westland’s Niarobi,  Havi said  they are annoyed by government action to restrict Miguna Miguna from flying back to the county by it issuing a  new red alert blocking him from  boarding AirFrance.

“It must annoy us because when we were before the High Court through his representative affirmatively that there were no red alerts. On their part, Air France indicated if there were any red alerts, for their removal must be directed to the government of Kenya” said Havi


He added, “But what happened yesterday?Now Moving forward we have gone back to court and sought out raft of court orders which if granted should enable Air France and the Government of republic of Kenya to fly with those orders to allow Miguna Miguna back to the country,”

He remarked that the Attorney General, through his representative – during a petition filed at the High Court – indicated to the court that there were no red alerts.

Read also: Blow To Miguna Miguna As Airline Refuses To Fly Him Back To Kenya

His sentiment were echoed by Former CJ Willy Mutunga who said  Air France should have been the last airline to have followed the red alerts set in place by the government.

“We assure Kenyans that we will not relent in our defense for upholding the rights of all Kenyans… The AG misinformed the courts of law… Air France should be the last airline to respond to illegal alerts,” Mutunga added.

The red alert is an order issued to airlines restricted them to fly a certain individual (s) or commodities to a certain jurisdiction (s) due to security reasons.

This means, Miguna Miguna cannot fly to any African Country

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