Controversial blogger Cyprian Nyakundi in court. PHOTO | BMS
Controversial blogger Cyprian Nyakundi in court. PHOTO | BMS

End of Road for the controversial blogger Cyprian Nyakundi as Victoria Bank sources legal representation from abroad. The highest prescribed legal company in the United Kingdom to spearhead the case against the accused bloggers.

A controversial blogger Cyprian Nyakundi in more trouble after the Victoria Bank says it has hired a top British law firm currently representing Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle to tackle the case.

In a statement published in local dailies, Victoria Commercial Bank says it has enlisted the services of London-based Schillings, renowned for reputation management and defamation issues, in its case against Mr Nyakundi.

The bank outlines the seriousness with which the lender's management is handling the defamation case against Mr Nyakundi and his counterpart Emmanuel Nyamweya Ong’era as the bank fights to guard its reputation.

"We chose not to pay money to have the blogs removed but, instead, took the necessary legal steps to defend the bank's reputation through our counsel, Schillings, a highly reputable British law firm," VCB said in the statement signed by CEO Yogesh Pattni.

“He has failed to remove the blogs and has published additional defamatory posts. As a result, contempt-of-court proceedings have been issued against him,” he stated.

Schillings' past high-profile clients include actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, author JK Rowling, model Naomi Campbell, athlete Lance Armstrong and British billionaire Sir Phillip Green.

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