• Miguna says that if Omamo fails to comply with the orders, then the court should order a citizen arrest where she will be arrested on sight and delivered to Kamiti Maximum Prison.
•Last year the court directed Omamo to ensure that Miguna comes back into the country after being issued with emergency travel papers.
Exiled Kenyan Lawyer Miguna Miguna now wants Foreign Affairs CS Raychelle Omamo to be committed to civil jail for refusing to facilitate his return to Kenya.
In an application filed in court on Tuesday, Miguna says that if Omamo fails to comply with the orders, then the court should order a citizen arrest where she will be arrested on sight and delivered to Kamiti Maximum Prison.
Last year, the court directed Omamo to ensure that Miguna comes back into the country after being issued with emergency travel papers.
He argues that Omamo has refused to comply with the ruling and order of the court despite being aware of it.
"She has willfully disobeyed the same with impunity and demonstrated callous refusal to comply with it.
“The actions of the CS are in bad faith contemptuous and a dangerous affront to the proper administration of justice,” he said.
He wants the court to also order Air Lufthansa, Air France and the state to compensate him over Sh1 million that he used in his aborted trip last year.
“I spent more than $10,000 on this latest trip. Besides, I spent an equivalent amount in March 2018 and January 2020 when the state prevented me from entering Kenya.”
“I seek severe penal punishment including but not limited to custodial sentences of the contemnors in addition to having them ordered to jointly and severally compensate me for the losses incurred in relation to the aborted trip to Kenya in November.”
In his affidavit, Miguna says he went to the Kenya High Commission in Berlin Germany on November 22 after the court ordered that he be issued with the emergency travel documents but they declined.
The officials at the commission told him that they had not been served with the physical copy of the order.
“When I returned to the embassy on November 23 with physical copies of the order the high commission in Berlin locked me outside the building in cold winter weather for more than 30 minutes and subsequently refused to receive a copy of the order that I presented to them,” the affidavit reads.