John Khaminwa ( 1937; 88 years old ) is a Kenyan Lawyer. He has called on Parliament to establish a commission to formulate recommendations for reconstructing police stations across the country.
His appeal comes in the wake of his defense of 73 protestors who were arrested during the recent Saba Saba protests.
He highly disapproves of Kenya’s current political leadership and does not hesitate to let them know.
He is a human rights activist, law is in his blood.
He has been practicing law and fighting for human rights for over fifty years.
Khaminwa started Khaminwa & Khaminwa Advocates and has represented so many high-profile people from way back in the 90s.
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Khaminwa represented pro-democracy agitators like Oginga Odinga in the 1980s.
Khaminwa was the senior counsel representing former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko in his Ksh10 million graft case.
Wife & Kids
John Khaminwa was a married man. His wife’s name was Joyce Khaminwa, and she was a high court judge.
His wife passed away at the age of 48 in 2014.
He and his wife have four children named Arthur, Anne, Anjela, and Albert Khaminwa.
His son Albert passed away in 2017, he was a lawyer who at the time of his death had become a senior lawyer at Khaminwa & Khaminwa Advocates.
Parents & Siblings
John Khaminwa was born to his Parents. His Parents name are Mr.Khaminwa ( Father ) and Mrs.Khaminwa( Mother ).
His Parent’s Profession are under review. His Sibling details are under Review, whnever we get more information we will be updated soon.