BY SAM ALFAN.
The government has been given two days to file its response in a case where Miguna Miguna wants to be allowed back in the country.
Attorney General through lawyer Charles Mutinda told the court that he was only served with the petition yesterday at 5 Pm.
“Give us time we file papers, we will abide by the directions of this court we will respond as soon as possible so that the court can make its decision,” Mutinda said.
The lawyer also acknowledged that there are underlying facts that needed to be brought to the court as to why Miguna was deported.
Justice Chacha Mwita also directed Miguna to file supplementary affidavits by February 16 at 11:00 am and appear for inter-party hearing on 16th February at 12 noon.
The judge is curious on whether Miguna was given a fair hearing before deportation.