Nelson Havi is the current sitting President of the Law Society of Kenya. Nelson Havi is a Kenyan lawyer and an accomplished advocate of the High Court Of Kenya. The no no nonsense incumbent President of the Law Society of Kenya has also declared his interest in running for the Westlands Constituency Parliamentary Seat in the fourth coming general elections to be held next year in Kenya.
Nelson Havi has come out strongly defence of Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji. Nelson Havi has accused the Directorate of Criminal Investigations of interfering with the functions of the Director of Public Prosecutions. According to reports by KBC Channel One, in a hard hitting statement, LSK says wrangles between the two entities on the trial of suspected murders of the late businessman Tob Cohen are likely to derail the case and pursuit for justice.
"LSK accuses DCI of interfering with the functions of the DPP." Tweeted by Kenya Broadcasting Cooperation (KBC)
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