According to Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) Vice Chairperson George Morara, Immigration Principal Secretary Gordon Kihalangwa had declined a request to issue Miguna a fresh passport to replace one confiscated in February when he was first expelled from the country.
In a letter dated May 10, Kihalangwa said Miguna could not be issued with a valid Kenyan passport as he had not applied for the document.
“Without any prejudice, we reiterate that Miguna has to regain his Kenyan citizenship before being issued with a Kenyan passport,” he wrote in response to a KNCHR letter dated May 5.
Kihalangwa, however, said the government was willing to allow Miguna into the country in accordance with orders issued by the court if only he used his Canadian passport.
Miguna on the other hand is defiant that he must be allowed to enter Kenya as a Kenyan Citizen by birth and following the more than 10 Court orders.
Drama is again expected on Wednesday as Miguna would probably follow through and fly over into the Country.
This would be his second attempt to re-enter the country and the first after the infamous handshake.
Everyone has been left guessing if the power of the handshake will rescue Miguna from the JKIA toilets.