United Nations (UN) vowed to sue Kenyan government for violating human rights of its own citizen Mr. Miguna Miguna. The Kenyan government went against human rights and violated Miguna’s rights.
The Kenyan opposition figure who claims he was drugged and forcibly deported to Dubai said he was “marooned” at the airport there but intends to return to Kenya as soon as possible.
A Kenyan court on Thursday (Friday NZ Time) fined top officials including the interior minister and national police chief for failing to appear in court to explain the treatment of Miguna Miguna, who was targeted amid lingering election tensions. Earlier this year he stood beside opposition leader Ralia Odinga during a mock inauguration to protest President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election.
Miguna later was deported to Canada but a Kenyan court ordered authorities to allow him back into the country. His attempt to return this week ended up with him detained in an airport toilet for more than a day.
Miguna said he holds Kenyan and Canadian citizenship but authorities have disputed his Kenyan status.