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After Joining UDA, Nelson Havi Outlines A Tough Demand For Anyone Who Seeks His Services In Law

The Law Society of Kenya president Nelson Havi has outlined a tough demand to Kenyans seeking his services in law few hours after declaring his allegiance to the deputy president William Ruto led United Democratic Alliance party (UDA). According to Havi, he will no longer represent anyone in court who is opposed to UDA and the Hustler Nation movement ideology.

Going forward, Havi has said he will only appear in court for persons who support the hustler nation movement ideology and that people opposed to UDA will have to look for alternatives.

Nelson Havi was responding to a question of why he has been appearing for the Kenyan exiled lawyer Dr Miguna Miguna who apparently has been opposed to president Uhuru Kenyatta's rule and partly disagrees with DP Ruto.

Havi is seeking to be the member of Parliament for Westlands constituency and has said that the electorate informed him that he will be voted in only if he joins the Hustler Nation movement.

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