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.
The government says Mr Miguna renounced his Kenyan nationality, which he denies.
Ahead of the mock inauguration, the government took Kenyan TV channels off air so they couldn’t broadcast it.
Mr Odinga boycotted last year’s election re-run, saying it would be rigged in favour of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
He and his supporters consider him the rightful leader of Kenya.
In August, Mr Odinga ran for president against Mr Kenyatta.
He lost, but the country’s Supreme Court said the election wasn’t transparent, prompting a re-run in October.