Nelson Havi has kicked the CEO Mercy Wambua hard on the throat in efforts to replace her with another CEO. It's clear already the position that was advertised has two candidates shortlisted for the position something that could see Mercy completely shoved off from the council if the law society.
The feud between Mercy Wambua and LSK president Nelson Havi has bee so intense such that they have even taken one another to court. As matters stand its a clear already that the interviews is set to start this week to ensure a replacement is therefore is done this week.
Mercy Wambua has been a thorn in the flesh of Nelson Havi always fighting to bring him down something that has not worked though. It's a fact the tough talking Havi is fully and solidly in charge of the commision of course despite some members not agreeing with him on many fronts.
It's therefore a matter of time before the CEO officially gets kicked out of the commission in a hard punch on the throat. It's something like to see the once powerful lady rendered powerless as well followed with cases on matters around the management of the LSK members money.
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