Self proclaimed General Miguna Miguna has finally been allowed to fly to Kenya.
The lawyer who was earlier barred from boarding a Kenyan-bound plane took to twitter to announce that he will be touching down at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on Wednesday morning at 9:45am to be exact.
HOMEBOUND.— Dr. Miguna Miguna (@MigunaMiguna) January 7, 2020
Unbowed! Dynamic. Resourceful.
Arrival: JKIA, on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020 at 9:45 a.m.
A Kenyan by BIRTH and RIGHT.
Kenyans are not slaves. Freedom must come through the fearless the pursuit of truth and justice.
See you in Nairobi.#DespotsMustFall #RevolutionNow pic.twitter.com/MCszrSxrJD
On Tuesday, January 7, Dr. Miguna said he has been barred from leaving Germany ahead of his scheduled return to Kenya.
He further said that German authorities have been instructed not to allow him board flight to JKIA or any other African country.
“In fact, the Kenya Government has demanded that Lufthansa must refund my fare. They have demanded that Lufthansa should not fly me into any other African country, either.”
Lufthansa said it had received a red alert from the government, barring Miguna from boarding their plane.
“The Kenyan authorities require airlines to send passenger data to them in advance before every flight departs to Kenya. In the case of the passenger, they requested that Lufthansa deny boarding. However, we are trying to help him in whatever way we can,” said Lufthansa in a tweet response.