The embattled Supreme Court of Kenya lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi is a common name in Kenya going by his numerous public utterances and engagements in online spats with several leaders. He is also a political commentator who uses his influence to form political opinions especially using his column in the Sunday Nation Newspaper.
Ahmednasir Abdullahi Date of Birth and Age
Despite his fame and public figure, he is, his exact date of birth and age is not known to the public but going by his physical appearance, he is probably in his late 50s or early 60s. All that is known is that he was born and raised in Mandera county among a Somali community.
Ahmednasir Abdullahi Education Background
Senior Counsel Ahmednasir went to Mandera Primary School and later traveled to Nairobi School for his secondary education. He would pass well his secondary education that earned him an admission to the University of Nairobi for a law degree. He graduated in 1990 before proceeding to Cornell University in New York for LL.M.
Ahmednasir Abdullahi Career
At a young age back in 1980s, the young Ahmednasir spent his days being a shopkeeper at his father’s shop in Mandera town. This made him learn business management skills which he has perfectly utilized by establishing his numerous businesses in the country. Three years after graduating from the university, he was admitted to the bar and started practicing law. He founded a law firm together with his friends called Ahmednasir, Abdikadir and Co Advocates.
He is now a senior counsel and owner of the Al-Nur Media Africa. He seems to have passion for media which made him start the publication of a magazine named The Nairobi Law Monthly Magazine in which he discusses various law related issues within that given month.
Ahmednasir Abdullahi Family
He is a father of four children with two being twins.
Ahmednasir Abdullahi Wealth
He is among the richest Kenyan lawyers and his wealth can be attributed to his vast businesses in the country and his many years of legal practice as he is known to be engaging only on high profile cases such as presidential election petitions.
Ahmednasir Abdullahi Scandals
This year, 2024, he was evicted from being an advocate of the Supreme court over his constant attack on the judiciary which he claims to be taking bribes.