The Solicitor General – Hon. Shadrack J. Mose

Hon. Shadrack J. Mose is the new Solicitor General of the Republic of Kenya. He was sworn in on Monday January, 20, 2023 at State House, Nairobi. H.E President William S. Ruto and the Hon. Attorney General Justin B. Muturi witnessed the swearing in ceremony. He takes over from Mr. Kennedy Ogeto.

Education Background
Hon. Shadrack J Mose was born in Kitutu Masaba in Nyamira County.
He joined Nyamagwa High School from 1981 to 1984 for his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE), then proceeded to Gusii Highlights High school for his Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) and completed in 1987.
He then joined the University of Nairobi in 1988 and pursued a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree and graduated in 1991 (Hons). Immediately after, he enrolled for a Post Graduate Diploma in Law at the Kenya School of Law and graduated in 1992.

Employment History
Hon. Shadrack Mose is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya with over twenty- nine years of experience in legal practice. He worked as an Associate Advocate with Esmail & Esmail Advocates from 1994 to 1995 and later joined Mose and Mose Advocates from 1996 to 2007 as a partner.
From 2007 to date, Hon. Mose worked as a senior partner at Mose and Milimo Advocates. He is also the Managing Partner at M/s Mose, Mose and Mose Advocates.
He has immense experience in complex commercial litigation encompassing: tax law; banking law; insurance law; constitutional law; conveyancing; criminal law; employment law; and public international law. Over the years, he actively engaged in pro bono briefs for many Kenyans in various matters.
From 2017 to 2022, he served as a Member of the National Assembly for Kitutu Masaba Constituency.
In this capacity, he served as a member of the House Business Committee and the Departmental Committee on Transport, Infrastructure, Public Works, Housing, Urban Development, Shipping and Maritime. He also served as the acting chairperson of the committee on several occasions.
Hon. Shadrack Mose also performed oversight roles in over ten State Corporations including:
1. Kenya Ports Authority;
2. Kenya Airports Authority;
3. Kenya Urban Roads Authority;
4. Kenya Rural Roads Authority;
5. National Housing Corporation; and
6. Kenya Railways Corporation among others.