Managing Partner
Experience More Than 13+ Years


He is a Partner with over 13 years standing in private practice. He holds a Bachelor of Laws, 2nd Class, Honours, Upper Division from Moi University and Masters of Arts (M.A) from the University of Buckingham (UK). Mr. Nyaanga is an arbitrator, a member of the Law Society of Kenya and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Mr. Nyaanga did his pupillage and later worked as an Associate at Muriu Mungai & Co. Advocates (now MMC Africa) before moving to Mwaniki Gachoka & Co. Advocates where he was the partner in charge of Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Commercial Departments.

Mr. Nyaanga is a skilled litigation counsel and highly competent in all aspects of Commercial and Conveyancing Law.

In regard to litigation and dispute resolution, Mr. Nyaanga is regularly engaged in arbitration, prosecuting/defending injunction applications, debt recovery, labor and employment disputes, constitutional disputes, insolvency, probate and administration, media/defamation, contractual disputes, judicial review, procurement, land disputes, insurance disputes and many others.

Mr. Nyaanga also appears before administrative and quasi-judicial Tribunals such as Business Premises Tribunal, the Cooperatives Tribunal as well the Public Procurement Administrative Review Board.

Besides litigation, Mr. Nyaanga handles conveyancing and commercial issues such as drafting or reviewing agreements, sale of businesses and assets, mergers & acquisitions, incorporation of companies, societies as well as NGO’s, reviewing and creating legal securities.


Mr. Nyaanga has cut a niche in legal practice, and in his practice of over 11 years and has been engaged in very important and precedent setting legal disputes. Notably, he has acted in the following precedent setting and high profile cases;-


  • Apar Industries Ltd Vs Joe’s Freighters Ltd debt recovery due to fraud involving a claim of over 150 million in which the defendant, a clearing and forwarding agent, had defrauded the Plaintiff the sum, cleared the goods but failed to remit to the Kenya Revenue Authority the expected Custom duty, VAT and related taxes.
  • PPARB Review Application, contractual sum worth over Ksh 6 billion, a dispute involving Kenya Pipeline and Civicon Limited over the Greenfields Project.
  • Judicial Review in the matter of Republic versus Kenya Pipeline Company Ltd. Ex parte JGH Marine A/S Western Marine Services Ltd. ( a Precedent setting case in relation to the powers of the PPARB).
  • China Ghezhouba –vs- Ministry of Water and Irrigation, involving a tender over the construction of Thwake Dam, the subject matter of Kshs. 36 billion;
  • Flemingo International (BVI) Limited Ltd –vs- Kenya Airports Authority: a tender relating to the running of the Duty Free Shops at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The subject matter was over kshs. 3 Billion per annum;
  • Dinesh Construction Vs Kenya Sugar Research Foundation, an arbitration, enforcement and defence against the setting aside the arbitral award, the value of the subject matter was over kshs.160 million;
  • DHL VS Tilton Ltd. A precedent setting Ruling of the Court of Appeal in relation to the right of appeal as well as leave to appeal in arbitration cases.
  • Privatization of the Kenya Wine Agencies Ltd. and its acquisition by the South African Company, Distell Ltd.
  • The Safaricom Initial Public Offer.
  • Merger of Continental Products Ltd. With HB Fuller Ltd.
  • Matter of the proposed Voluntary Scheme of Arrangement of KQ at the High Court.
  • The Court of Appeal and The Supreme Court of Kenya. Winding up of the Akamba Bus Services Ltd;
  • EABL VS Aristide Brillant Nkoumondo involving a claim of over USD 3,000,000 BY EABL;
  • Dinesh Construction Ltd Vs- Moi University Savings Sacco, a claim of kshs. 140 milion
  • St Elizabeth Academy vs National Bank of Kenya involving a dispute of kshs. 500 milllion
  • PPARB Review Application by BAM international Limited against KAA over the reconstruction of the Moi International Airport, Mombasa; subject matter of over USD One Billion.
  • Review of the existing Power Purchasing Agreements on behalf of KENGEN.
  • Drafting and negotiating on behalf of Kenya solar Energy (KENSEN) of a Power purchasing Agreement with KPLC and establishing an EPC contract on their behalf.
  • Industrial Court dispute between Selest Kilinda and Kenya Pipeline in which the sum of kshs 24 million was awarded for the unlawful termination of contract.
  • Telekom Kenya Versus Kenya Railways Corporation a claim of ksh 217 million for services rendered;
  • Real estate of Mbiyu Koinange both at the High Court and the Court of Appeal; a multi-billion estate
  • National Environmental Tribunal: Okiya Omtata Vs Kenya Railways Corporation over phase 2A of the Standard Gauge Railway.
  • Arbitration in the matter of Quality Inspectors vs Zakhem international on the Kenya Pipeline replacement, a claim of 2 million USD.

Professional Skills

Dispute Resolution
Commercial Litigation

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