Law society of Kenya outgoing president Nelson Havi says he is proud of what he accomplished at the helm of the society .
Havi who is yet to officially announce his departure as he ventures into politics cited the spirited fight against the BBI and the third gender rule as his main efforts to maintain the rule of law.
Havi also asked the advocates to carefully vote in the next LSK president who will continue to protect the interest of the society and Kenyans in the corridors of justice.
Nelson Havi is eying the Westlands parliamentary seat to succeed current MP Tim Wanyonyi who is going for the governor of Nairobi.
Linda Kiome is leading the caretaker committee which is now expected to run the affairs of the LSK until new officials are elected.
A judgment made on December 20 last year, Justice Mrima ruled that if the LSK Branch Caucus will take over management of LSK’s affairs for the remainder of the Council term if no changes are made by 10th of January.
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