Kenya has deported opposition supporter and lawyer, Miguna Miguna, following his role in the unofficial swearing-in of opposition leader Raila Odinga as "the people's president".
Mr Miguna has boarded a flight to take him to Canada, where he is a citizen.
His departure came after he was charged with treason-related offences.
Kenya's Chief Justice David Maraga has criticised the government for not following court orders to release Mr Miguna on bail.
"Compliance with court orders is not optional, but a constitutional obligation," Mr Maraga said in an unprecedented statement.
The government had earlier ignored court demands to lift a suspension on Kenyan TV channels, which it took off-air ahead of Mr Odinga's "inauguration."
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