Ruaraka MP TJ Kajwang now wants the International community and human rights bodies to intervene on what he terms as violation of human rights and disregard to the rule of law by the Kenyan government.

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Kajwang argues that the Jubilee government official’s failure to observe and honor court orders amounts to violation of the constitution and international human rights.

Speaking to journalists at the Milimani Law courts on Thursday Kajwang said that Jubilee government has stooped too low by ignoring court orders and summons.

He said that the violation of self-declared National Resistance Movement NRM leader Miguna Miguna rights  has exposed the country in a bad light.

The MP said that the country is likely to experience negative reception from some of its allies after Miguna’s humiliating deportation.

Kajwang said that disobedience of the court orders is a worst move by the government in this age ad era.

“The Jubilee government has exposed itself too badly and its actions must be condemned in the strongest terms possible,” he said.

Kajwang   observed that Kenya has established itself as a country that respects and upholds rule of law over the years but President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration is tainting the good reputation.

The ODM MP said that they will ask the international community to saction the government for gross violation of human rights and disregard of rule of law.

Kajwang said that Miguna did not deserve the humiliation,   adding that his return into the country was pegged on a court order.

Miguna jetted into the country on Monday  from Canada where he had  been deported to earlier but was denied entry after refusing to produce his travel documents for stamping.

The Canadian based lawyer was detained at the Jomo Kenyatta international Airport for three days before being deported again to Dubai on Wednesday night.

On Wednesday, High Court Judge George Odunga convicted Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i, Immigration Director Gordon Kihalangwa and Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet for failing to produce Miguna in court.

The Judge ruled that the three government officials acted in contempt of court.