Brief Biography

I am a Business, Administrative and Constitutional Law Practitioner. As a law lecturer at the University of Nairobi, I teach Securities Regulation, Pensions Law and Consumer Protection. I have also taught Global Health Law at Cardiff University. My research interests are focused around: Islamic Fiscal Law, Fiscal Devolution, the Right to Health, Domestic Resource Mobilisation, and Digital Currencies.




  2016.  Centralized Revenue Redistribution as a Potential Cause of Internal Conflict in Kenya. Modern Africa: Politics, History and Society. 4(1)


  2015.  Financing the Progressive Realisation of Socio-Economic Rights in Kenya. University of Nairobi Law Journal. 8(1)


  2014.  The effect of tax amnesty on anti money laundering in Bangladesh . Journal of Money Laundering Control. 17(2):243-255.


  2013.  Community engagement: engaging communities in the post-2015 global health agenda is a necessity for human rights and social legitimacy.. In Natalie Samarasinghe (Ed.), Global development goals: Leaving no one behind. : UK: Witan Media.

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