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Brian Mwenda : the fake lawyer

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The Fake lawyer who is trending over alleged wins in court

Brian Mwenda, who resides in Kenya, impersonated a legitimate lawyer, and his expertise was unquestioned by the judges until he was recently apprehended.

Brian Mwenda : the fake lawyer


According to a report published by Facts East Africa, Mwenda successfully acted as a legal representative in a total of 26 cases before various Kenyan judicial authorities, including High Court Judges, Magistrates, and Court of Appeal Judges, and emerged victorious in every single one of them.

According to the report, Mwenda was able to convincingly pose as a lawyer for a long time, and even judges were not doubtful of his abilities until he was arrested recently.

Kenyan authorities have arrested Brian Mwenda, a fraudulent professional lawyer who was posing as a lawyer registered with the Supreme Court of Kenya.

He successfully represented and won 26 cases in front of High Court Judges, Magistrates, and Court of Appeal Judges before his apprehension," reported Facts East Africa on X.

A user named Nungua Burnaboy expressed, "So, he won 26 cases against lawyers who have attended law school, yet he is the one facing punishment? Instead, those lawyers should be punished for allowing someone who hasn't attended law school to win cases against them."

Mfecane, another user, stated that the man should be awarded an honorary law degree.

TheTraderInYou responded, stating that they are confident that he will find a way to defend himself and avoid being arrested.

Another user with the Twitter handle @_KAKUS expressed that there are numerous intellectually gifted individuals within our society who have the ability to excel in their chosen professions effortlessly. Unfortunately, these talented individuals were not granted the opportunity to attend school and obtain a formal certification. The user pointed out a specific man as a prime example of this situation.

According to The Virginia Project, even though he lacks official credentials, his impressive record of 26 wins in major league play proves that he is genuine and not a fraud.

At the time of writing this news, 

Yesterday, on October 12th, 2023, the Council held an emergency meeting from 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM to address the issue of identity theft involving one of our members, Brian Mwenda Ntwiga. 

The perpetrator, who called himself "Brian N. Mwenda," had been masquerading as Brian Mwenda Ntwiga. The Secretariat had informed us that internal investigations were ongoing after Brian Mwenda Ntwiga reported the incident to them.

 According to the timeline provided, Brian Mwenda Ntwiga was admitted to the Bar on August 5th, 2022. His admission details were taken from the JAMS system, and his correct email address was recorded, creating an account for him in the Advocates portal. 

We have contacted Brian Mwenda Ntwiga, who confirmed that he had not applied for a practicing certificate since his admission because he was working at the Office of the Attorney General and did not need one. However, in September 2023.

when he tried to log into the system and activate his profile to apply for his Practising Certificate, he discovered that he couldn't access his LSK Portal. He promptly informed the ICT personnel at the Secretariat via email on September 28th, 2023. Upon investigating.

they discovered that the details in the system, particularly his email address, did not belong to him, which explained why he couldn't access his Membership portal took the following actions.

  •  The ICT Department successfully resolved the problem and decided to conduct an internal inquiry to find out how the email address was changed without following the established protocols.

 After reviewing the available initial information, the Council made the following observations and implemented the corresponding measures.

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