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Shadrack Wambui: From wannabe armed robber to justice warrior

Growing up in the ghetto, he was angry at police for pouring the chang'aa his mum made to pay his fees. But he discovered a better way to fight for justice and is now a much-sought-after lawyer

In Summary

• The struggles he faced growing up in Mathare inspired him to become a lawyer

Shadrack Wambui, 28, is a young, fast-rising lawyer. He is popularly known as the lawyer who successfully represented the Rastafarian case, where a young student was chased from school for having ...