Legal counselor Ndegwa Njiru initially went to the spotlight during Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru's impeachment case in June 2020.
Ndegwa's quick-paced speech when arguing out the case and his disposition pulled in the consideration of Kenyans who were closely following the case. He, however, didn't win as the senate committee cleared all the charges Waiguru was facing.
In his introductory statements, the lawyer contended that an individual who is eager, childish, and needs to accumulate wealth to the detriment of the citizens, ought not to have the benevolence of the Senate. Sonko was impeached on December 17, 2020.
The energetic advocate, who hails from Kirinyaga, presented Mohamed Abdi Mohamud, who was the Wajir county governor until his indictment on Monday, May 17.
Here, Ndegwa was clashing with Senior Counsel Ahmednassir Abdulahi who represented the Wajir County Assembly.
The governor was sent packing on grounds of monetary inappropriateness, abuse of office, gross misconduct, and infringement of the constitution. The advocate likewise represented Embu County Governor Martin Wambora and previous Kiambu governor Ferdinand Waititu.
Talking during a past interview, the legal intellectual on Kikuyu TV stations, expressed that he can address both the Governor or the County Assembly relying upon current realities of the case.
He noticed that he was motivated by where general society was to gain.
The advocate was admitted to the bar in 2011 and says that he is more disposed to impeachment cases in a bid to secure and reinforce devolution.
"On the off chance that we can understand the standards and reason for devolution in this country, it will take us a couple of years to be in the second world, not the third world," he expressed.
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