Popular blogger and cyber activist affiliated with Raila Odinga has resuscitated his online enmity with DP Ruto-affiliated senior counsel, Ahmednassir Abdullahi after he mocked his speech at lawyer Evans Monari’s burial ceremony.
Several city lawyers who were close friends of Evans Monari, including Ahmednassir Abdullahi attended the burial of the departed colleague in Nyamira to bid him a final farewell.
Well, Alai decided to scrutinize the speech of Ahmednassir and concluded that, the speech he made was poor and uninteresting despite the event that he attended being small. He added that the SC should consider joining a school that trains people on public speaking because he is not good at it.
Blogger Alai mocked SC AA and contrasted his speech with the way he engages his critics by deconstructing them on social media which would make a person think that he is very perfect in playing with words but according to Alai he is not.
In his speech, AA humbly accepted that it was his first time speaking at a funeral and it would probably be his last.
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