Lawyer Miguna Miguna has questioned why the Law of Society of Kenya (LSK) and Haki Africa are yet to file petitions after he was blocked from entering into the country.
In a series of tweets on Friday, Miguna claimed, without providing evidence, that there civil rights groups and law bodies which were bribed to remain silent over the matter.
He noted that several court orders have been issued but the government has not honoured any of them.
The Former Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant lamented that the government has not respected a single the court order in relation to his return, since February 2, 2018.
"Why hasn't the @lawsocietykenya and @HakiKNCHR filed Contempt Proceedings under a Certificate of Urgency to compel state agents who have disobeyed 37 court orders issued by Justices Wakiaga, Kimaru, Mwita, Aburili, Odunga, Korir and Mativo since February 2, 2018 to comply?" Miguna tweeted.
The controversial lawyer said that corruption has been an impediment in the fight to make Kenya a better place.
"Has money been poured to prevent me from obtaining Orders I instructed my lawyers to seek? Fellow Kenyans: We cannot keep shouting about corruption and how tough life has become when we cower before those abusing power like Uhuru Kenyatta and his agents," he noted, in another tweet.
"There will be no economic development or job creation if those abusing power are the ones to decide which court orders to obey and which ones to disobey. The enforcement of contracts, treaties and loans including international ones can no longer be guaranteed in Kenya," Miguna added, in a tweet.
After the deportation to Canada, Miguna's attempt to return into the country failed to bear fruits after the government issued a red alert against him.