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Law firm offers to represent all victims conned by Wilkins

By Michael Majanga | Feb 2nd 2019 | 1 min read

Following the unmasking of Fadhili Odinga Wilkins, who until January 26 projected a rich, self-proclaimed ‘brand strategist’, a law firm has come out to represent victims purportedly swindled by him.

Begi’s Law Offices & Chambers advocates has offered to represent all the victims of #WilkinsTheCon.

In an exclusive interview with Standard Digital Videos Ruth Ambogo, Wilkins’ former start-up partner, said that the law firm approached her with the offer, which she has termed as “noble.”

Begi’s Law Offices & Chambers advocates have confirmed to us that they are willing to help anyone who lost money to Wilkins.

Ambogo insisted that Wilkins is a con who has made money by swindling unsuspecting members of the public. She even narrates how she had to seek Wilkins’ father help to recover her money, after realising he was indeed a con.

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