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“Explain Purposes Of Your Post-Retirement Politics,” Ruto Lawyer Lectures Uhuru

by Musa Abdirahman

Flamboyant lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has taken on President Uhuru Kenyatta just days after he addressed the Sagana 3 meeting.

During the Sagana meeting, the head of state publicly endorsed ODM leader Raila Odinga to succeed him, sparking a public debate.

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From Left: President Uhuru Kenyatta, Jubilee party Secretary General Raphael Tuju and ODM leader Raila Odinga during a past event. Photo/Courtesy

Taking to his official Twitter account on Friday, February 25, 2022, lawyer Ahmednasir who has been supporting Deputy President William Ruto’s hustler narrative said that for President Kenyatta to make any sense to Mt Kenya people and other Kenyans at large, he must come out and explain the purposes of his post-retirement politics.

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Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi. PHOTO/COURTESY

According to the senior counsel, President Kenyatta must clarify whether his interest in the succession politics is personal, family or national.

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The lawyer who represented President Kenyatta during the 2017 presidential election petition went ahead to claim that the first in command must be ignored by Kenyans if his interest in the current politics is personal or family based.

Further, the lawyer argues that President Kenyatta had been given 10 years by Kenyans to deal with national issues.

“For H.E UHURU to MAKE SENSE to Mt Kenya & other Kenyans he must explain:”THE PURPOSES OF HIS POST RETIREMENT POLITICS”. Is his “POST RETIREMENT POLITICS” personal,family or national? If its personal/family he MUST BE IGNORED! If it is national, DIDN’T WE GIVE HIM 10 YRS TO DO IT?” tweeted the lawyer.

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President Kenyatta while endorsing the former prime minister argued that his deputy William Ruto has not reformed and that he can only be considered if he tores the line in future.

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