This is what lawyer AHMEDNASIR ABDULLAHI has said after he was banned from appearing before the SUPREME COURT

Friday, January 19, 2024- Renowned Nairobi lawyer, Ahmednasir Abdullahi, has spoken out after the Supreme Court banned him from appearing or filing cases before it.

The seemingly unbothered lawyer took to the X platform to term the ban against him and his law firm, at large, as “a badge of honour.”

He further went ahead to blast the Supreme Court as being “corrupt,” an allegation that largely contributed to his blacklisting.

“Isn't it a badge of honour for the most corrupt court in Kenya to refuse me and my law firm an audience?” He posed.

The Supreme Court, in a strongly-worded letter drafted by Registrar L.M Wachira on Thursday, barred Ahmednasir and employees of his law firm from filing cases before it over what it termed as incessant attacks.

The Registrar noted that it defeats the purpose for Grand Mullah, as Ahmednasir is popularly known, to appear before the very institution and individuals that he constantly berates in his media engagements.

“It is the decision of this Court, that henceforth and from the date of this Communication, you shall have no audience before the Court, either by yourself, through an employee of your law firm, or any other person holding brief for you, or acting pursuant to your instructions,” read the letter.

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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