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Brian Mwenda, man accused of faking law certificate, proposes to his girlfriend

 A collage of Brian Mwenda and Miss Kenzie

Brian Mwenda Njagi, the man who was accused of impersonating a city lawyer, has proposed to his long-term girlfriend Miss Kenzie.

Sharing the exciting news with his followers on social media, Brian posted his girlfriend, Radio Legion Africa’s show host Kenzie’s hand alongside it a heartfelt message expressing his undying love for her.

“Dear K, you are graceful, elegant, kind, intelligent, honourable cultured and dignified. Your mind is beautiful, your spirit is relentless and undoubtedly one to aspire to. Grateful for your existence. What a privilege to be respected and loved by you. A phenomenal woman, profound! I would like to think of myself as lucky but it has to be something beyond it,” read part of his post.

Brian went on to thank his new fiancée for her immense support and love during his difficult moments, promising to reciprocate the same.

“Thank you for walking with me during the most challenging days of my life without judgement. I hope I can be half the friend that you are, thank you for the faith you've kept. I endeavour to support in every way possible in all of your pursuits. I pray that this step doesn't put any of your goals at a still stop but instead enables or gets you closer to living your purpose. More importantly, I pray for, work towards a more healthy and progressive relationship. May this bring you closer to God. Thank you for all that you are and you will ever evolve to. I love you and I respect you paramountly,” he added.

 Miss Kenzie [Instagram]

Wrong side of the law

Brian shot to fame sometime late last year after he was accused of impersonating a city lawyer and operating without valid papers.

The Law Society of Kenya on Friday, October 13, 2023, released a statement on Mwenda Njagi saying it convened a meeting to discuss an issue relating to the identity theft of one Brian Mwenda Ntwiga.

According to the statement, Ntwiga was admitted to the bar on August 5, 2022, but did not apply for a practising certificate since he had been working at the Office of the Attorney General.

When he attempted to log in to the system in September 2023 to activate his profile, he realised he could not access the portal.

Upon inquiry, he noticed the email address associated with the account did not belong to him hence the error.

 Brian Mwenda [Instagram]

LSK noted that the masquerader (Mwenda Njagi) identified a genuine advocate status as being inactive and made contact with the secretariat to make an application for payment of his license but could not do so because the details were incorrect.

“Upon being allowed access to the account he took control of the portal and changed his profile picture, the workplace and applied and paid for the certicificate.

“However, his application was not processed since he was required to provide documents including the certificate of business incorporation which is an additional security measure which unless supplied and verified, the application cannot be processed,” read the statement in part.

LSK maintained that their portal was not compromised and the data of members is ‘safe and protected’.

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