On Feb. 6, the self-proclaimed general of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Miguna Miguna was deported to Canada after being arrested for swearing in opposition leader Raila Odinga as the people's president after two successive and tense presidential elections in 2017 resulted in the deaths of more than 100 people, according to human rights organizations. He landed at Nairobi's worldwide airport on Monday afternoon, his lawyer Nelson Havi said.
This degenerated into a scuffle, with security officers bundling Miguna into an Emirates flight in a plan to deport him to Dubai at around 11.30pm.
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Immigration officials are further treating Miguna as a Canadian citizen after his Kenyan passport was seized and destroyed before his dramatic deportation to Canada in February.
The saga unfolded as soon as the plane touched down where he was met with immigration officials who demanded that he gets a Kenyan visa.
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The fiery lawyer has been held for hours since his arrival Monday at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport after he failed to surrender his Canadian passport and to apply for a temporary visa. Miguna however resisted the move and disembarked from the plane, saying "I am not going anywhere....where is my luggage?"
Havi stated that GSU officers deployed at the Airport denied Miguna access to legal counsel. An interior ministry statement released early Tuesday said Miguna became "unruly and threw a tantrum" at the airport and that he had demanded to be allowed to enter Kenya without being cleared through immigration. The Nation published a photo of one of its cameraman holding up his bloodied arm.
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He spent the night at the airport and his lawyers revealed that he had not eaten for 24 hours.