Nelson Havi, the President of the LSK, was detained for an alleged assault.
Nelson Havi, the President of the Kenya Law Society, was detained at his Nairobi office this morning and transported to the DCI headquarters for questioning in connection with an alleged attack.
The President of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi was today early in the day captured at his Nairobi office and taken to the DCI central command for addressing over a supposed attack.
Havi is associated with attacking troubled LSK Chief Executive Officer Mercy Wambua on Monday, July 12.
It is asserted the LSK President pummeled a PC screen on Wambua's finger during a 8am Council meeting at the Society's central command on Gitanga Road, Nairobi.
In her assertion to police, Wambua said she looked for treatment at the Aga Khan Hospital at 11:30am.