Top Kenyan officials must pay damages personally in Miguna case - high court

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The case of Miguna Miguna was, without doubt, the most sensational handled by Kenya’s courts during 2018.

In contemporary Kenya, Miguna is both an admitted advocate and a controversial political figure. His political involvement goes way back however and during the presidency of Daniel arap Moi, Miguna became a refugee from his homeland.

Return Iranian businessman’s passport, high court tells Kenya’s tax authorities

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Battle-lines were drawn early in November when Seyed Khavidaki arrived in Kenya. His passport was withdrawn and he has been forbidden to leave the country. The revenue authorities, who took these steps against him, said they were investigating more than Kshs 188-m in overdue tax, owed by Farab International FZE Ltd.

Khavidaki then took the matter to the constitution and human rights division of Kenya’s high court.


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