Ng’arua is an Advocate of the High Court and Commissioner for Oaths. He is the Managing Partner.
He holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa and a Postgraduate Diploma from the Kenya School of Law. He was admitted to the bar in March 2015.
He began his working career with Co-operative Bank of Kenya in 2011 where he was an assistant in the legal department. He then moved on to Spire Bank Limited (former Equatorial Commercial Bank) in October 2012 where he worked for three and a half years in the Legal Department. Here, he handled Recoveries, Litigation, Securitization and Documentation, general Conveyancing, Mergers and Acquisitions, Legal Opinions and Legislative Review. He left Spire bank in May 2016 and moved to Maarifa Education, a private equity fund investing in tertiary education across Africa and a subsidiary of Emerging Capital Partners. His work at Maarifa was legal advice to the fund on the transactional risks, due diligence on potential acquisitions, review and drafting of documents required for these transactions and compliance with regulatory bodies in Kenya, Zambia and Uganda. He was also in charge of tax and tax related matters. He left Maarifa Education in January 2017 to join BMN Advocates as the Partner in charge of Corporate & Commercial Law. In January 2018, he became the Managing Partner of BMN Advocates.
Ng’arua is a keen follower of the local rugby game. Currently, he is part of Kenya’s premiere video podcast, The Three Quarters Podcast, which primarily sensitizes the public on the game of rugby. He is also a big fan of the local Motor Rally circuit which he follows all over the country when time allows. In addition, he is an ardent football fan, a lover of theatre and reader of political autobiographies.