Lawyer Who Filed Case Against 50 Endsars Protesters is Fake – NBA

March 8, 2021
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Kenechukwu Okeke

Kenechukwu Okeke

A Nigerian man who led a campaign against endsars protesters while claiming to be a lawyer has been exposed as fake, according to a report by Sahara Reporters.

The self-acclaimed barrister, Kenechukwu Okeke had filed a criminal complaint case against 50 Endsars protesters, celebrities, and pastors, inclusive. This act trended massively on Twitter, social media, and mainstream media.

One would never have known that the young man was never called to the bar. Rather he is a fake parading himself in such a spotlight.

According to the Nigeria Bar Association, he will be facing legal and prosecution actions that would be taken against him. This was confirmed by the Nigerian Bar Association on Monday.

Reacting to the above, the NBA capital chairman, Chukwuemeka, and a representative of the NBA confirmed that the NBA would be prosecuting Kenechukwu Okeke for impersonation in the case.

Okeke, who appeared in court was angry and seen by people behaving in an uncultured manner and shouting. The presiding judge had to caution him to be careful before the honorable court.

The case is however adjourned to March 30, 2021.

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