In another life, Kamau Michael Njuguna would have been a rapper but for his magistrate uncle who inspired him to do law. Whilst in school, he excelled in Kiswahili, earning the nickname “Msanii.” He also played rugby for Lenana school and later, Nairobi Select, whilst holding on to his dream to be a lawyer.
Michael is an associate at GVA attached to the Real estate and Commercial Department. He approaches commercial law like a rugby scrum, exuding the vim and vigor needed to navigate the complexities of his field. His main practice areas are Real estate, Construction and Conveyancing Practice, Banking and Financing, Employment law, Commercial law, Business Set-up, Regulatory, Tax and Compliance Advice.
- Involved in private commercial transactions including the sale and purchase of land as well as commercial premises with an aggregate value of over Two million dollars.
- Acted for a number of leading financial institutions involving perfection of securities, takeover of banking facilities, processing new grants subdivisions and amalgamations.
- Involved in the incorporation of various companies including subsidiaries of multinational, micro-finance banks as well as the voluntary winding up of private companies.
- Preparation of change of user, sub-division, amalgamation and procurement of provisional titles for clients.
Education & Memberships
He holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa and a diploma from the Kenya School of Law. He is currently undertaking a diploma in Tax Administration at the Kenya School of Revenue Administration. He is a member of the Law Society of Kenya and the Laibon Society of Lenana School.
In his spare time, Michael listens to music, watches sports and travels around. He also aspires to do a lot of pro bono work in the East lands area where ignorance of the law sees people lose their hard-earned savings in unsecured investments. He has received a certificate of appreciation from the World Bank for his contribution in enabling the world of business agriculture.