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Lawyer Expressed Shock During Interview Over Claims Of Pocketing Client’s Money

A lawyer seeking to become a magistrate of court of appeal was shocked when he was disclosed that he refused to give back his client’s cash.

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The 28 year old advocate and lecturer identified as Mr Njagi Elijah mentioned that he wasn’t aware of what happened before the Advocates Complaints Commission (ACC), where he was declared guilty and fined for withholding his client’s money which was over Shs70,000 belonging to Mr Kingara Joseph and the issue was immediately reported to Advocates Commission, which declared him guilty.

Am totally surprised to hear such allegations regarding money and yet am not knowledgeable about it in anyway,’he said.

The documentations presented before the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) indicated that four charges were filed against Mr Njagi.

The lawyer however mentioned that he only remembered just one incident which he said was resolved after discovering that he didn’t bank the cheque which he took from the client.

He said the issue was actually resolved and complaint was finally withdrawn.

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