Wilberforce has represented and advised an impressive array of clients including the Kenyan government, Banks, county governments, independent commissions of the government, Corporations, Parastatals and private organizations.
Wilberforce’s areas of specialization include Banking and Finance Law, Commercial and Corporate law, Constitutional & Human Rights Law amongst a vast array of practice areas.
An avid football fan, Wilberforce plays football in his free time and dedicates the rest of his free time to charity and causes that he believes in.
Part of the team that successfully represented a leading State Corporation in a Petition wherein the Petitioner was challenging a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for the construction of a Coal Plant. The matter was valued at USD 360,000,000;
Represents and advises many Government bodies on procurement matters;
Part of the team involved in successfully representing a State Corporation in a suit wherein the Petitioner was challenging the Government Guarantees and Termination Terms with respect to several power stations which the Petitioner claims will cost tax payers USD 1,000,000,000 for 25 years (approximately USD 21.4 Trillion);
Part of the team that represented a body corporate in a Petition wherein the subject matter was valued at USD 7,000,000. The same was dismissed with costs to our client;
Part of the team that successfully represented a County Government in a Petition wherein the Petitioner was challenging the County’s Urban Renewal and Redevelopment of a particular Estate, the project is estimated to cost a sum of USD 90,000,000 and;
Part of the team that successfully represented a body Corporate in a Request for Review Application at the Public Procurement & Administrative Review Board for a transaction valued at a sum of USD 296,000,000