"We are coming for you!" - LSK warns quack lawyers
- The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has put on notice quack lawyers who continue siphoning members of public money pretending to offer services.
- LSK President Erick Theuri says that it is time to end the vice that soils the name of the law profession.
The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has put on notice quack lawyers who continue siphoning members of public money pretending to offer services.
The LSK President Eric Theuri issued the warning on Saturday, January 28 when he visited the South Eastern branch in Machakos town to meet with lawyers to discuss challenges pertaining to their line of duty.
Admitting that enough is enough, Theuri said that time had come when the trend should be put to an end and clean the good name of lawyers.
Theuri, at the same time, urged members of public to be cautious when hiring lawyers to represent them not to fall into such traps.
The society took issue with the lands registry department in Machakos County which Theuri says had been marred by poor and corrupt services.
"All efforts within perimeters of LSK will be applied to deal with the escalating problem at the lands registry in Machakos to free off burden of services the locals were facing," said Theuri who was accompanied by his vice Faith Odhiambo among other high ranking officials from the society.
Earlier, the team made consultation with the judiciary in Machakos.
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