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Exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna responded to Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho's earlier sentiments on red alerts.

Exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna has responded to Interior PS Dr. Karanja Kibicho after he said that Government did not issue new red alerts against him. 

In his court papers that were presented in court on Thursday, Dr Kibicho noted that he is not aware of any red alerts against Miguna issued by the Kenyan government or any of its agencies.

In a rejoinder, Miguna mentioned that PS Kibicho was not a party to the court regarding the red alert matter. 

"Mr. Karanja kibicho is not a party to the court proceedings concerning despot Uhuru Kenyatta's barbaric violations of my rights and disobedience of multiple court orders. Fred Matiangi, his immediate boss, who was convicted and adjudged unfit to hold public office, is a party," Miguna said. 

An undated image of Interior Ministry bosses Fred Matiang'i and Karanja Kibicho [Photo:COURTESY]

Miguna added, "Justice Mwita ordered Kibicho and his fellows to unconditionally facilitate my return home, issue me a new passport, and buy air tickets. Orders they have disobeyed." 

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At the same time, Kibicho advised Miguna to apply for a visa at the Otta, Canada in order to come back.

“I confirm that no government agency has issued any so-called red alert to Air France and Lufthansa Group (operating as German Airlines) in relation to Miguna’s travel to Kenya,” Kibicho stated.