Education is an important aspect of life. Besides being celebrities, here are the list of Kenyans who pursued law in school before joining entertainment or other industries.[Photo|courtesy]
1. Karen Nyamu
Karen Nyamu is the current Agricultural minister in Nairobi county. She is musician Samidoh's baby mama and supposed second wife. She is a lawyer cum politician. She owns Nyamu and Company Advocates.
2. DJ Tabz
Tabitha Githere known to many as DJ Tabz is a Kenyan award winning disc joker. She is a graduate who pursued law at the University of Nairobi. She also went to Kenya school of law and is an advocate at the High Courts.
3. Corazon Kwamboka
Corazon is a famous socialite and businesswoman who took over Maurine Waititu's place as Frankie's wife. She graduated from Kenya school of law and is an advocate of the High Court.
4. Brian Chweya
Brian Chweya is a talented singer and songwriter. He is one of the members of Elani band. He graduated with a degree in law at the University of Nairobi and is currently an advocate.
5. Maureen Kunga
Maureen is also one of the members of popular Elani band. Apart from is singing talent, she scored an A in KCSE and got admitted to University of Nairobi where she pursued law. She is a lawyer at the High Courts.
6. Maureen Waititu
Maureen a single mother of two is a famous You Tuber. She is the ex wife of Frankie the gym instructor. She is a lawyer by profession but doesn't practice it.
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