Ahmednasir Abdullahi Biography
Ahmednasir Abdullahi is a renowned Kenyan lawyer who was raised in Mandera and a columnist with the Sunday Nation.
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Ahmednasir Abdullahi Education
1992: Graduate student at Cornell University in New York
Ended 1990: Undergraduate student at the University of Nairobi, Degree in Law
Secondary School Student at Nairobi School
Primary school student at Mandera Primary School,
Ahmednasir Abdullahi Family
Ahmednasir Abdullahi is a proud father to four kids plus a set of twins and a husband to one beautiful wife. His eldest child is 14 years of age whereas his last two children are twins.
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Ahmednasir Abdullahi Career
Ahmednasir spent time tending to his dad’s shop in the border town of Mandera before he found his way into the city.
Driven by a passion to venture into media and a law career he finds repetitive and boring, lawyer and Sunday Nation columnist, Ahmednasir, decided to embark on a new, and vocal, entrepreneurial venture.
The Nairobi Law Monthly, the magazine he publishes, gives highly opinionated law and political voices a new place to sound off.
Six months down the line and with four issues out, the magazine is attracting vocal readership, advertisement from leading firms and the government, and he hopes the business will break even before the end of the year.
This is not his first venture into business, having used Sh 7,000 to set up his law firm in 1993 straight out of law school. Three years ago, he also partnered in forming First Community Bank.
The stylish 1990 law graduate from the University of Nairobi, who also holds a Masters in Law from Cornell University, US, has consulted and appeared for the World Bank, UNHCR, Corporations, NGOs and the Government of Kenya in various issues.
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Damning petition to JSC details bribery claims against top judges
Four of Kenya’s top seven judges could be forced to defend themselves over damaging allegations of corruption filed against them at the Judicial Service Commission (JSC).
Through the law firm of Nchogu, Omwanza & Nyasimi Advocates, the losing petitioners in the Wajir gubernatorial election petition — former governor Ahmed Abdullahi and Ahmed Muhumed Abdi — have asked JSC to initiate investigations into the conduct of Supreme Court judges Jackton Ojwang’, Mohamed Ibrahim, Smokin Wanjala and Njoki Ndung’u, with a view to removing them from office for reported gross misconduct — if found culpable.
The petition, which the Sunday Nation has seen, was filed on Friday evening after weeks of swirling accusations. On Saturday, it was not clear if the judges had been served with the petition but the filing is just the first step in the process and JSC will have to decide whether the allegations have any substance before giving the judges the chance to respond. If deemed serious enough, a recommendation will be made to the President to form a tribunal that will test the evidence presented before coming up with a decision on whether or not a judge in questions should be removed. This means that despite the JSC receiving the petition on Friday, the detailed accusations will have to be scrutinized first.
The four judges the petitioners want removed formed the majority that upheld the election of Wajir governor Mohamed Abdi. Chief Justice David Maraga and Justice Isaac Lenaola returned separate dissenting judgments. Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu did not participate in the election petition.
Two of the four judges are specifically being accused of engaging in improper contacts with agents of the governor with the intention of receiving bribes in tens of millions of shillings to influence the outcome of the appeal by the Wajir County chief whose election had earlier been nullified by the High Court and the ruling upheld by the Court of Appeal.
Source: Daily Nation