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Fake Advocate Brian Mwenda Njagi of the High Court nabbed by LSK
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Fake Advocate Brian Mwenda Njagi of the High Court nabbed by LSK

He's not one of us, LSK denies man masquerading as lawyer Law Society of Kenya (LSK) Nairobi branch has nabbed one Brian Mwenda Njagi masquerading as an Advocate of the High Court.   Brian was arrested following complains by members of the public due to his fraudulent activities as he also impersonated himself as a member of LSK Nairobi branch. “The LSK Nairobi Branch Rapid Action Team (RAT) has nabbed Brian Mwenda Njagi (pictured below), who has been falsely presenting himself as an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and a member of the branch. The impostor was nabbed after RAT received complaints from the public about his fraudulent activities.” said Cyprian Nyakundi   LSK confirmed that the suspect lacks the necessary credentials to practice law. He is curr...
Exclusive: Corrupt city Fraudster Edwin Ochieng Oduk charged with Sh13.5Million fraud
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Exclusive: Corrupt city Fraudster Edwin Ochieng Oduk charged with Sh13.5Million fraud

Famous, dangerous city Fraudster Edwin Ochieng Oduk charged with Sh13.5Million fraud Edwin Ochieng Oduk appeared before Kibera Senior Principal Magistrate Monica Maroro and denied several counts fraud-related charges. The first count stated that Oduk obtained Sh2.4 million from William Tuil by claiming that he was in a position to pay for the insurance of a consignment of four boxes containing Sh12.5 million held at th Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA). The court heard that he committed the offence on diverse dates between July 22, 2022 and August 10, 2020 in Nairobi. It is alleged that he committed the offence jointly with others not before court, with intent to defraud. He denied a second count of obtaining Sh1.75 million purporting that he was in a position to hire a ...
Former KMJA president eyes JSC representative post
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Former KMJA president eyes JSC representative post

Ex-KMJA president eyes JSC representative post The race to find the next representative of judges at the Judicial Service Commission is expected to tighten up as days go by.   Various candidates have expressed interest in the prestigious seat that is currently occupied by Justice David Majanja.   It is not clear yet whether Majanja could be eyeing the seat again once his term expires in May 2024. Lady Justice Jacqueline Kamau is among the big names whose rumoured candidature for the seat is expected to unsettle many men who have expressed interest in vying for the seat.   Lady Justice Kamau is a former President of the Kenya Magistrates and Judges Association (KMJA).   She is also a member of the International Women's Association of Judges(IA...
Somali Woman in court to seek orders barring mother from forcefully marrying her to a man she dislike
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Somali Woman in court to seek orders barring mother from forcefully marrying her to a man she dislike

Daughter sues monther who forcefully attempted to marry her off Why woman has taken her mother in court over forceful marriage Woman takes mother head on after she attempted to marry her off, physically assaulting her A woman has moved to Milimani High Court Human right Division to seek orders against her alledged abusive mother who had planned to forcefully marry her off.   AMINA ALI SHEIKH through her lawyer Yashim Butende of Rukungu Mwongela Yashim and Co-advocates, has filed the application under a certificate of agency seeking conservative orders to help her from being married off by her mother HALIMA ADEN whom she accuses of subjecting her to suffering and misery.   " THAT the applicant/petitioner has been under physical assault and abuse occasioned by res...
Exclusive, Nigerian Police Officer Sentenced To Death For Shooting Lawyer Dead
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Exclusive, Nigerian Police Officer Sentenced To Death For Shooting Lawyer Dead

Nigerian Police Officer Sentenced To Death For Shooting Lawyer Dead A Nigerian court on Monday sentenced to death a police officer convicted of shooting dead a pregnant female lawyer on Christmas Day in 2022, likely igniting debate on the place of the death penalty in Africa's most populous country.   Nigeria has at least 3,000 people on death row, according to Amnesty International, but executions are rare, which has led to calls by some rights groups to abolish the death sentence. The Lagos State High Court had in January put on murder trial police officer Drambi Vandi who was accused of shooting Bolanle Raheem, who was pregnant with twins, at close range. Vandi denied the charge and had argued that the bullet that was presented in court as evidence was not from his gun...
Why High Court Blocks Deployment Of Kenyan Police To Haiti
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Why High Court Blocks Deployment Of Kenyan Police To Haiti

High Court Blocks Deployment Of Kenyan Police To Haiti The High Court has temporarily blocked the deployment of Kenyan police to Haiti or any other country pending the hearing of a petition filed by the Thirdway Alliance Kenya and two others. The petitioners argue that the constitution does not envisage the deployment of the police service outside Kenya adding that deployment of police officers or the forces outside Kenya is a matter of great public interest and importance and can only be done in accordance with the provisions of the constitution.   "As a matter of international notoriety, there is currently no elected government in Haiti. Kenya does not have an Embassy in Haiti,” reads court papers.   They further argue that there was no public participation prio...
Exclusive, Babu Puts UoN On Spotlight Over Sakaja’s Alleged ‘Fake’ Graduation
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Exclusive, Babu Puts UoN On Spotlight Over Sakaja’s Alleged ‘Fake’ Graduation

Babu Puts UoN On Spotlight Over Sakaja’s Alleged ‘Fake’ Graduation Embakasi East MP Babu Owino has taken his war with Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja to the doors of the University of Nairobi.   The lawmaker claims that the county chief has bribed some staff at the learning institution to include his name in this week’s graduation list.   Babu claims that Sakaja dropped out of the University of Nairobi, where he was pursuing a degree un Actuarial Science, in his second year of study.   “Sakaja Johnson dropped out in second year from the University Of Nairobi,School of Mathematics BSC Actuarial Science. He is however forcing his Graduation this Friday.He has bribed some University officials to include him in the Graduation List,” he said.   Babu ...
Why 4 Police Officers Arrested Along Thika-Garissa Highway With Ksh.12K Suspected Bribes
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Why 4 Police Officers Arrested Along Thika-Garissa Highway With Ksh.12K Suspected Bribes

4 Police Officers Arrested Along Thika-Garissa Highway With Ksh.12K Suspected Bribes The proverbial forty days for the four traffic police officers at a roadblock along the Thika-Garissa highway came on Saturday afternoon.   After nearly two weeks of covert surveillance of the officers at work, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) officers pounced on the officers, catching them with their Ksh.12,000 loot for the few hours they had been at the roadblock.   Tens of folded notes, glaring evidence of the illegal activities the officers allegedly engage in at this roadblock   Indeed, the arrests come in response to complaints from motorists using this road who claimed that the officers manning this roadblock have turned it into a cash cow, collecting br...
Exclusive, Ruto’s fires another warning to sugar cartels
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Exclusive, Ruto’s fires another warning to sugar cartels

President William Ruto on Sunday said that sugar companies in the country will not be privatized even as the government seeks to revive the sector.   Speaking during a church service in Uriri in Migori county, Ruto said the revival of the sector will instead see the mills leased to people who will work under terms and conditions agreed upon.   Part of the agreement will see mills that are old replaced with new ones to ensure efficiency. Those taking over the mills on the lease agreement will also be required to ensure sugarcane farmers are paid on time. In the debt write off plan we agreed in the Cabinet that we will pay the farmers then after doing that we are going to advertise so that we have a leasing programme so there will be no privatisation,” Ruto said. ...