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Who Is Bruce Fein?

Bruce Fein (born 12 March 1947) is an American born constitutional lawyer, author and Nnamdi Kanu's lawyer lawyer in the United States of America.

Bruce Fein is a specialist in constitutional and international law.

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Bruce Fein Profile Bio Wiki Data Summary

Name: Bruce Fein

Nationality: American

Hometown: Washington DC

Tribe, Ethnicity: White

Date Of Birth: 12 March 1947

Birthday: 12th March

Age: 75 Years Old (as at 2022)

Height: 5"9 Feet Tall

Occupation, Career: Lawyer, Author

Net Worth: $5 Million US Dollars

Marital Status: Divorced

Wife: Mattie Lolavar (Ex Wife)

Brother: Dan Fein

All About Bruce Fein Career, Occupation, Background, Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor

Bio, Wiki Profile: Bruce Fein is an American born lawyer, Nnamdi Kanu's American Lawyer who specializes in constitutional and international law.

Bruce Fein is the president of the law firm, Bruce Fein & Associates Inc. at

Bruce Fein has worked for the American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation, both conservative think tanks, as an analyst and commentator.

He is a principal in a government affairs and public relations firm, The Lichfield Group, in Washington, D.C. 

Bruce Fein is a resident scholar at the Turkish Coalition of America. 

Bruce Fein was a top Justice Department official under the Ronald Reagan administration where he served as an Associate Deputy Attorney General from 1981 to 1982 and as general counsel to the Federal Communications Commission. 

Bruce Fein Books - Bruce Fein is the author of "American Empire: Before the Fall" Published by Campaign for Liberty, June 2010.

Bruce Fein Igbo Chieftaincy Title: Bruce Fein is an Igbo Chief (Nwachineke).

Bruce Fein IPOB: Bruce Fein is IPOB’s lawyer in the United States of America.

Bruce Fein Letter to Buhari

Bruce Fein wrote an open Letter to President Buhari on 2 December 2015.

Bruce Fein Letter to Buhari reads:

President Muhammadu Buhari

Aso Rock, Abuja


Dear President Buhari:

When you visited the United States Institute of Peace last July, you pledged that you would be “fair, just and scrupulously follow due process and the rule of law, as enshrined in [the Nigerian] constitution” in prosecuting corruption.

Such loftiness is laudable. As the Bible instructs in Amos 5:24: “[L]et justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.”

But to be just, the law must be evenhanded. It cannot, in the manner of Russian President Vladimir Putin, be something that is given to punish your enemies and withheld to favor your friends. If so, the law becomes an instrument of injustice bearing earmarks of the wicked rather than the good.

In the United States, you declared a policy of “zero tolerance” against corruption. You solicited weapons and other assistance from the United States government based on that avowal. But were you sincere?

During your election campaign, you promised widespread amnesty, not zero tolerance. You elaborated: “Whoever that is indicted of corruption between 1999 to the time of swearing-in would be pardoned. I am going to draw a line, anybody who involved himself in corruption after I assume office, will face the music.”

After you were inaugurated, however, you disowned your statement and declared you would prosecute past ministers or other officials for corruption or fraud. And then again you immediately hedged. You were reminded of your dubious past by former Major General and President Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, who succeeded your military dictatorship. He released this statement:

“On General Buhari, it is not in IBB’s tradition to take up issues with his colleague former President. But for the purpose of record, we are conversant with General Buhari’s so-called holier-than-thou attitude. He is a one-time Minister of Petroleum and we have good records of his tenure as minister. Secondly, he presided over the Petroleum Trust Fund, PTF, which records we also have.

We challenge him to come out with clean hands in those two portfolios he headed. Or we will help him to expose his records of performance during those periods. Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones. General Buhari should be properly guided.”

You then swiftly backed off your zero tolerance policy because you would have been its first casualty.

You opportunistically announced that zero tolerance would be narrowed to the predecessor administration of Goodluck Jonathan because to probe further would be “a waste of time.” That conclusion seems preposterous. In 2012, the World Bank’s ex-vice president for Africa, Oby Ezekwesili, estimated that a stupendous $400 billion in Nigerian oil revenues had been stolen or misspent since independence in 1960. The lion’s share of that corruption spans far beyond the Jonathan administration.

Your zero tolerance policy seems to come with a squint to avoid seeing culpability in your political friends. A few examples are but the tip of the iceberg.

A Rivers State judicial commission of inquiry found that N53 billion disappeared from the Rivers State Reserve Fund under former governor Rotimi Amaechi. Former Lagos governor and head of your campaign finance team Babatunde Fashola was accused of squandering N78 million of government money to upgrade his personal website. The EFCC has ignored these corruption allegations, and you have given both promotions: the Ministry of Transport to Mr. Amaechi, and the Ministry of Power, Works, and Housing to Mr. Fashola.

In contrast, you have played judge, jury, and prosecutor in the newspapers to convict former PDP Petroleum Minister Diezani Alison-Madueke of corruption.

Is this evenhanded justice?

United States Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson taught: “[T]here is no more effective practical guaranty against arbitrary and unreasonable government than to require that the principles of law which officials would impose upon a minority must be imposed generally. Conversely, nothing opens the door to arbitrary action so effectively as to allow those officials to pick and choose only a few to whom they will apply legislation and thus to escape the political retribution that might be visited upon them if larger numbers were affected.”

To investigate or prosecute based on political affiliation or opinion also violates Articles 2 and 7 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It is unworthy of a great nation like Nigeria.

Make the hallmark of your administration justice, not retribution, and you may live for the ages.

I am a United States citizen and lawyer. I have no political standing in Nigeria. Some might argue that my speaking about the administration of justice in Nigeria bespeaks impertinece. But you chose to visit the United States to solicit weapons and other assistance from my government–a government of the people, by the people, for the people. The United States government represents me. What the United States government does reflects on me. I thus have an interest in addressing the actions of foreign governments that receive United States government aid.

Sunshine is said to be the best of disinfectants.


Bruce Fein

Fein & DelValle PLLC

300 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Suite 900

Washington, D.C. 20001

Bruce Fein And Nnamdi Kanu: Bruce Fein is the American lawyer of Nnamdi Kanu who represents Kanu's interest. He came down to Nigeria in 2021 to see Nnamdi Kanu after he was arrested in Kenya.

Bruce Fein Visits Nigeria: Bruce Fein visited Nigeria in September 2021 and was in court to monitor the trial of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), but he was denied access into the courtroom by the DSS.

Video of Angry Bruce Fein In Nigeria

Bruce Fein And Atiku: In 2019, Atiku Abubakar was accused of paying $30,000 to Bruce Fein's US law firm to ‘unseat Buhari’.

The Centre for Responsive Politics (CRP) had reported how Atiku hired Bruce Fein, a former official of the US justice department, and his firm Fein & DelValle PLLC, in March 2019.

Bruce Fein Education

Bruce Fein graduated from Ellwood P. Cubberley High School in Palo Alto, California in 1965.

He attended Swarthmore College, and then transferred to the University of California, Berkeley.

Bruce Fein received his Juris Doctor (JD) from Harvard Law School in 1972.

Bruce Fein Nationality: Bruce Fein is from United States of America.

Bruce Fein Hometown, Tribe, Ethnicity: Bruce Fein is from Washington DC in United States of America. He is white.

Date Of Birth, Birthday, Age: Bruce Fein was born on 12th March 1947.

Bruce Fein Age: How old is Bruce Fein? Bruce Fein is 75 years in 2022.

Religion: Bruce Fein is a Christian.

Bruce Fein Family, Parents, Father, Mother, Siblings: Bruce Fein was born into the family of Mr and Mrs Fein.

He has a brother named Dan Fein.

Wife: Who Is Bruce Fein wife? Bruce Fein wife was Mattie Lolavar. She was his second wife. He has been married twice and divorced twice.

Bruce Fein Divorce: Bruce Fein and his ex wife, Mattie Lolavar are divorced.

On October 5, 2010, Bruce Fein celebrated his divorce anniversary from Mattie Lolavar on his Facebook account. "Today, I am celebrating the anniversary of my divorce from Mattie Lolavar, which lifted an incubus and removed gangrene from my daily matrimonial torture and torment."

"A matrimonial admonition: second marriages can be worse than initial catastrophes. Mine degenerated from gangrene to strychnine with Mattie Lolavar's poisonous and icy ingratitude."

Bruce Fein Net Worth: How much is Bruce Fein net worth? Bruce Fein net worth is about $5 Million US Dollars in 2022, 2021.

Bruce Fein And Ifeanyi Ejiofor: Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor was the one who appointed Bruce Fein in 2021.

This is the appointment letter from Barr Ifeanyi Ejiofor to Bruce Fein. 

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