Renowned City lawyer has showcased an expensive vehicle in his official tweeter account which has been assembled in Kenya. The vocal lawyer shared photos of the vehicle as he praised its attractiveness and effectiveness compared to foreign vehicles. Lawyer, Steve Ogolla who doubles up as an Advocate of the High Court is among the most expensive lawyers in the country when it comes to hiring him.
Lawyer Steve Ogolla has been forced to break silence after it emerged that he had charged a client Ksh 1 Million illegally as legal fees for offering him sone legal services. According to him, those who have sponsored the hashtag 'Steve Ogolla Exposed' should know that he is not vying for any political position in 2022 and hence have picked the wrong approach.
Prominent City Lawyer has revealed huge fees he charged one of his clients but hasn't been fully paid upto date. The lawyer was responding to a hashtag being sponsored in tweeter that he has been exposed for being involved in a fraudulent activity. Photo Courtesy/ Lawyer, Steve Ogolla
High court advocate Steve Ogolla alleged expose has illicit mixed reactions from netizens across the country. It is alleged that lawyer Steve Ogolla colluded with Mercy Wambua to scam clients.He is said to fraud six hundred and fifty thousand shillings from a client and used law society of Kenya chief executive officer Mercy Wambua as a reference person to receive the payments.
Steve Ogolla, Constitutional Lawyer late night twitter post has illicited mixed reactions from different Politicians and their Supporters. According to the post, all the Politicians who have been holding campaign rallies and sharing their campaign posters can be disqualified since it is against The Election Act and Election Campaign Financing Act.
Kenya has never had a female as president or deputy president since independence. As the country heads to the general elections next year, no female candidates have declared their interest in the country's top seat to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta. However, there have been several predictions by different political analysts and other professionals that the next deputy president after the 2022 polls could be a woman.
Barely a day after Kenya revenue authority made public its radical intentions to intrude into people's personal lives in pursuit for leads to nab potential tax evaders, constitutional lawyer Steve Ogolla has turned Twitter into frenzy after he sampled one of the luxurious brands of cars made locally.
Photo Courtesy. The Widely Awaited BBI judgment day is finally here with us. The court of appeal judges have been away for 50 days as they tried to deliberate on some of the issues were raised by the High Court a few months ago. The High Court ruled that the BBI steering committee was unconstitutional and that nothing legitimate can come out of it.
The incident which took place in Kondele, Kisumu county where the deputy president William Ruto's convoy was pelted with stones is eliciting a lot of reactions as the country heads to the much awaited general elections in few months time. Taking to his social media platforms, one of the Nyanza region top lawyers, Steve Ogolla castigated the incident and advised the Nyanza residents avoid engaging in such activities and give all the presidential hopefuls equal opportunity to sell their policies.
Political camps are warming up for 2022 general elections and different leaders are changing tune ahead of 2022. The presidential contest this time round is tough and it could be Raila's time to enjoy what he has been fighting for for a very long time. With politics boiling the fight between Judiciary and executive is far from over.
"I condemned the violent attack on Honorable Wanjingi" This is the latest statement from the lawyer Steve Ogolla. Lawyer Steve Ogolla is among the leaders who have furiously condemned the latest attack on hon Wanjingi. The political temperature in our country has been gaining day after day.
William Ruto has remained to be the topic of discussion among politicians and the Kenyan citizens who supports him and those who are not supporting him politically. The incident that happened in Kondele, Kisumu County has triggered a lot of reactions among Kenyans, with most politicians condemning the unlawful act by some of the Kisumu residents.
If you could take a thermometer and measure the temperature at the moment Kitutu Chache member of parliament was talking, it was actually beyond room temperature, hot indeed. Citizen TV played host to Richard Onyonka who is a parliamentarian from Kitutu Chache, High Court advocate, Steve Ogolla, Professor Herman Manyora and Nyeri speaker John Kaguchia.
Alas! The commission came to full capacity as it is supposed to be. Fully constituted and meeting the necessary quorum, the new members together with the old three, undertook orientation in Mombasa and were positively welcomed by team leader and chair, Wafula Chebukati. However, as Kenya gets full commission to rightful capacity, criticism over IEBC continues day by day and has fuelled much pressure to a point calling for national conversation, you noticed there was a time the ODM camp was calling for the removal of these other 'three' citing evidence of incompetency at work, and much is still discussed until this moment.
The Taliban control in Afghanistan continues to draw divergent opinions on social media pages as some Kenyans weigh on the role of the United States in current happenings. Lawyer Steve Ogolla has made a joke online claiming that the people of Kisumu are on the side of the US government over this issue and that the city is dominated by English speaking natives right now.
Renown Lawyer Steve Ogolla has alleged that Raila Odinga's support countrywide is likely to decline after the deputy president William Ruto was stoned while in Kondele on Wednesday. According to the renown lawyer, the youths who stoned the deputy president William Ruto's motorcade are to blame if Raila Odinga loses the support that he had already gained so far in different parts of the country in the recent past firing his campaigns.
The Court of Appeal Judges during the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) appeal case hearing in June. (Photo courtesy). Re-known constitutional High Court advocate Steve Ogolla, has claimed that the Court of Appeal is most likely going to overturn the High Court ruling that the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report is null and void.
Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto and the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga among others will be vying for the country's top seat in the fourth coming general elections to be held next year in Kenya. But at the moment it seems as if the two leaders are leading the peck.
Raila Amolo Odinga andDeputy President William Ruto are two great politicians in the country Kenya. The two politicians have great support from the people and for that reason, even the political analysts have been on the crossroads on who can outdo the other if they remain the only ones on the presidential race comes 2022 general election.
The Court of Appeal is to deliver the BBI ruling today. Hon. Raila Odinga, the ODM camp and the entire country is waiting for the ruling. However, speculations have began emerging on what the court may decide and the next move that Raila may take.