Law Society Of Kenya President has sent a Stern warning on a political writer Brian Otieno over an article he published in one of Daily publications. According to the article written by Brian Otieno, LSK Boss is know for wearing traditional regalia which are favourite among freedom fighters. The analyst also allegedly said that Nelson have is also for donning colonialists gowns. Otieno went ahead to describe the vocal lawyer as a cocktail of contradictions something that has rubbed the lawyer the wrong way. Taking to his Twitter handle, LSK President has expressed his frustration with the writer promising him he might take actions against him.
According to Brian Otieno, Nelson Havi abhors dictatorship yet colleagues at the Law Society Of Kenya describes some of his actions dictatorial. He went ahead to claim that Havi thrives in order and revels in chaos. According to Brian Otieno, all those who dares to speak again Nelson Havi receives indifference first hand.
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