Lawyer Nelson Havi has received good news as details emerge as to why he could be appointed the Solicitor General. It has emerged that, Nelson Havi has been shortlisted by the Public Service Commission for the position of the Solicitor General.
Here is a link: https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/realtime/2022-12-02-havi-among-10-psc-picks-for-solicitor-general-post/
The lawyer supported president William Ruto and this is why majority Kenyans feel he could be appointed the Solicitor General. Havi is a strong lawyer who has won many cases in court before, hence his appointment is highly expected.
It's a fact that president Ruto has appointed most of his allies to key government positions. This clearly demonstrates that the president could largely appoint Havi as the Solicitor General after his shortlist by the PSC.
Lawyer Havi is largely credited for the collapse of the building bridges initiative. He successfully mobilized lawyers and resources to ensure that the death of BBI happened through proper litigation in court. As always, Kenyans are waiting to know of what unfolds finally for it's a fact that we live in interesting political times.
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