PHOTO/COURTESY; Citizen TV News Anchors, Rashid Abdala and Lulu Hassan Kenya's most celebrated Television Station, Citizen TV Kenya has been forced to apologize after making a fake announcement earlier today. As earlier reported by the TV station, it indicated that the Law Society of Kenya has barred CEO Mercy Wambua from accessing the organization's offices.
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.
Citizen Television, one of the major famous and popular televisions under The Royal Media Services Management has been forced to apologize to Kenyans and Lawyers Service Commission this evening after making wrong announcement during the day. Citizen through the popular couple of Rashid and Lulu had reported that Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Lawyers Service Commission Mr. Mercy Wambua had been barred form reaching their premises.
The law society of kenya president Mr. Nelson Having has reveal a worrying incident which occured at his office today. His trouble with authorities is still on the hook a month after he was arrested for assaulting the organization's Chief Executive Officer, Mercy Wambua. Taking to his account, the law president revealed that police officers under the guidance of Kabete OCS took away the security guards manning the law office premises and they are still being detained without charges.
Photo Courtesy. The Whereabouts of Nakuru-based killer cop Caroline Kangogo remains a complex puzzle as police continue searching for her. Caroline is accused of killing two men in Nakuru and Kimbo respectively before running away. There have been reports that there is more to the case than what meets the media eye.
The law society of Kenya has been an entity for protecting the rights of all lawyers in the country. It is run by a board consisting 12 members together with it's president. For a long time now it has been on the receiving end due to its past mistakes on ensuring lawyers are protected.
President Nelson Havi. The political wrangles experienced across the country have been causing sleepless nights not only among political class but also among concerned Kenyans. Jubilee party and UDA party have decided to take each other own after Kiambaa by-elections. The hate and fear being spread ahead of 2022 by UDA affliates is not healthy for the country and handshake.
The High Court of Kenya has directed the president of the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) Nelson Havi and the chief executive officer of the legal minds lobby, Mercy Wambua to respond to a petition challenging the attempts to change leadership at the helm of the society.
The Employment and Labour relations court has dealt the president of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi a huge blow. This is after the Judge stopped Nelson Havi's trial to recruit another Council secretary to replace the current Chief Executive Officer Madam Mercy Wambua. Justice Maureen Onyango has issued an order preserving the position of Mercy Wamua as the society's chief executive officer pending hearing of a case filed in court.
Mercy Wambua, CEO of the Embattled Law Society of Kenya (LSK), dismissed the allegations of the president of the society Nelson Havi as false and fabricated that she was foiling plans for a planned audit on the use of funds . In a letter to LSK members detailing the company's financial statements and the status update on the forensic auditor appointment on Monday, Wambua accused Havi of failing to do due diligence before releasing what she said.
The hunt for Kangogo is still in progress as fresh details emerge on daily basis. We have fresh details emerging on daily basis as detective continue to assemble any minor information in probe for Caroline Kangogo. We have a lot cooking in the seek for Caroline Kangogo who has continued to outsmart officers
A standoff occurred at the Law Society of Kenya headquarters on Gitanga Road on Tuesday morning when a party led by President Nelson Havi and another led by CEO Mercy Wambua battled over access to the grounds. The guards stationed at the gate were likewise dismissed and the gate was also chained.
The Office of the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) through its director, Noordin Haji, has confirmed that it will proceed with pressing assault charges against LSK President Nelson Andayi Havi. The DPP Noordin Haji. Earlier on the High Court granted Havi orders barring the DCI, DPP, and Inspector General of police from arresting or prosecuting him over the assault charges brought against him by the suspended CEO of the Law Society of Kenya, Mercy Kalondu Wambua.￼
The high court in Nairobi has barred police from arresting law society president Nelson Havi over the alleged assault of Society's CEO, Mercy Wambua. Wambua went on to say that when she sat down, opened her laptop, and refused to go, the president charged at her, slamming her laptop shut and shoving her.
LSK President Nelson Havi could found himself in another trouble. This is after LSK CEO Mercy Wambua sued him for what she termed as contempt of court. This was after LSK had confirmed recieving three applications to replace her.LSK said that there was a gazette notice last month which advertised the position of the CEO.
Nelson Havi has kicked the CEO Mercy Wambua hard on the throat in efforts to replace her with another CEO. It's clear already the position that was advertised has two candidates shortlisted for the position something that could see Mercy completely shoved off from the council if the law society.
Law society of Kenya president Nelson Havi has officially announced new appointments replacing the embattled chief executive officer Mercy Kalondu Wambua. The announcement came hours after labour court had suspended the removal of Mercy Wambua as the chief executive officer. In a tweet that was posted in his Twitter account, president Havi stated that the society had made several changes.
Nelson Havi, the President of the Law Society of Kenya (LSK), is facing new impeachment calls from the body's members, just days after he was detained and charged with assault. On Tuesday, July 13, DCI investigators seized Havi, after LSK CEO Mercy Wambua filed an assault charge against the Senior Counsel.
Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi has announced new appointments in the society that has seen the embattled Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mercy Kalondu Wambua replaced from the powerful position. In his statement issued on Friday, July 30, 2021, the LSK Boss announced Josephat Mutunga Mutisya as the new LSK CEO replacing Wambua.
The law society of Kenya president Nelson Havi has responded to the director of public protection for claiming to challenge the Nairobi high court decision. The remarks come a day after the LSK president was arrested yesterday for an assault allegation by LSK CEO Mercy Wambua. The LSK president denied the accusation claiming Mercy Wambua forced her way into the office where they were having a meeting in intentions to record the whole proceedings.