The High Court of Kenya has directed the president of the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) Nelson Havi and the chief executive officer of the legal minds lobby, Mercy Wambua to respond to a petition challenging the attempts to change leadership at the helm of the society.
This is coming after fierce power struggle between the embattled Nels useon Havi and her junior Mercy Wambua. The two have been at loggerheads on the management of the reputable legal practitioners body.
Nelson Havi who has been at loggerheads with the police citing constant interference with the internal affairs of the society, has since accused the CEO Mercy Wambua for trying to mismanaged funds meant for lobby.
The order is coming after police on Wednesday forced their way into the Law Society of Kenya Secretariat offices and barred him from accessing the premises. Nelson Havi accused Mercy Wambua for being behind the theatrics witnessed.
Below is a screenshot of the order issued by the high Court as reported by Nation Media through a Twitter post.
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