President of Law Society of Kenya (LSK) Nelson Havi has been left barefooted after the latest allegations from Lawyer Paul Mwangi. Lately, the president of LSK has been finding himself in different scandals. A few days ago, it was reported that Havi allegedly assaulted Mercy Wambua.
Havi has been fighting to clear his name as he plans to vie for the MP seat in Nairobi County. However, he has been getting several setbacks from the LSK leadership.
Havi was among Kenyan lawyers who were allegedly against the building bridges initiate bill. Today, Havi has made a grave mistake as alleged by Lawyer Paul Mwangi. The lawyer has disclosed this sad news after alleging how Havi photocopied his book.
Paul Mwangi said "NO! NO ! Nelson Havi You can't do that !!! You can't photocopy my book and circulate it to the whole country. That's a very callous infringement of my copyright. So what do I do with the second edition which I have been working on!!!"
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