The vociferous lawyer Miguna Miguna has turned the tables around and made some tough demands of Ksh 7 million to the outgoing interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i and his Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho.
In a Twitter statement dated Wednesday, September 21, the exiled lawyer revealed that he was to he would demand compensation from leaders after winning his case in the Kenyan Court.
“To Fred Matiang’i, Karanja Kibicho, and Major General Gordon Kihalangwa: You are hereby directed to contact my advocate, Adrian Kamotho Njenga, and sort out the damages and costs the High Court and Court of Appeal awarded me in the various cases I won since 2018. Do so promptly before I land,” stated Miguna Miguna.
He also argued for the issuance of Red Alerts against Matiang’i and Kibicho, alleging that they violated Kenyan rights.
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“Whatever goes around comes around. The mafia-like Fred Matiang’i, Kibicho, and Kihalangwa issued red alerts against me for more than 4 years.
“Now is their turn to contend with red alerts for crimes they committed against Kenyans,” he insisted.
However, after receiving his passport back to his homeland, the former president of the Law Society of Kenya derived motives to make sure Miguna Miguna received back his cash following the damages to his properties.
“Another big score for the rule of law. The decree for the payment of damages of Ksh7 million by Matiangi, Gordon Kihalangwa, and George Kinoti jointly and severally should now be enforced against the three,” Havi stated.
The lawyer was awarded the cash in damages to his properties but the government officials disregarded orders issued to facilitate the activist’s return.
In June, Miguna sued Matiang’i and Kibicho in Canada seeking Ksh1.7 billion in compensation for damages caused during his deportation to Canada.
He submitted before the court that his expulsion in 2018 had impacted his business and reputation.
“The Plaintiff claims from the Defendants, jointly and severally general damages for malicious prosecution, unlawful detention, torture, assault and battery in the sum of Ksh1.1 billion and general damages for libel, defamation and slander in the sum of Ksh587,050,000,” read part of the court documents.