Associate | ALN Kenya | Anjarwalla & Khanna
ALN House, Eldama Ravine Close, Off Eldama Ravine Road, Westlands, Nairobi
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Muna Abdullahi is an Associate with ALN Kenya | Anjarwalla & Khanna in the Tax department.
Prior to joining Anjarwalla & Khanna, Muna worked with Garane & Somane Advocates on an array of matters cutting across dispute resolution, real estate, and commercial transactions. Additionally, Muna worked a legal researcher for the Tax Appeals Tribunal on various tax disputes lodged by taxpayers. She has been involved in various tax dispute matters including assisting clients to resolve tax disputes with the Kenya Revenue Authority and representation at the Tax Appeals Tribunal and Kenyan courts.
Muna is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
- Law Society of Kenya
2018: Postgraduate Diploma in Law, Kenya School of Law
2017: LL.B, Bachelor of Laws, the University of Nairobi
2022 – Date: Associate, Anjarwalla & Khanna, Advocates, Nairobi
2019 – 2022: legal Researcher, Tax Appeals Tribunal
2019 – 2022: Pupil and Associate, Garane & Somane Advocates
- Acting for Kipeto Energy, a renewable energy company which generates electricity through wind energy, in connection with a tax dispute with the Kenya Revenue Authority of approximately USD 6 million relating to the Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract for its power project.
- Acting for Lake Turkana Wind Power Project, a renewable energy company which generates electricity through wind energy, in connection with a tax dispute with the Kenya Revenue Authority of approximately USD 40 million relating to compensation payments from the Government of Kenya.
- Acting for Baraka Kenya, a wheat flour production company, in relation to a customs assessment arising from the Duty Remissions Scheme under the East African Customs Management Act, 2004.
- Acting for Digital Financial Services Association of Kenya (DFSAK), a representative body for digital lenders in Kenya, in connection with challenging the introduction of excise duty on digital lenders at the rate of the 20% in the High Court.
Acting for Rohto Mentholatum (Kenya), a pharmaceutical and cosmetics company and asubsidiary of Rohto Group, in connection with an assessment by the Kenya Revenue Authority on customs valuation methods for declaring goods.
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