Senior Counsel Lawyer AhmedNasir Abdullahi has allegedly accused Central Bank of Kenyan Governor Patrick Njoroge of being behind the downfall or success of some of financial institutions in Kenya. Taking to his Twitter handle, the Vocal lawyer has allegedly said the Patrick Njoroge must have considered religion and tribe when considering which bank to rescue. Lawyer AhmedNasir Abdullahi claims that Patrick Njoroge is the one who determines who witnessed the directors and the shareholders of those three banks. The flamboyant City lawyer says that the CBK Governor must have considered ethnicity in his dealings with Jamii Bora Bank, Imperial Bank and Chase Bank.
"Sadly CBK Governor Dr. Patrick Njoroge in his dealings with imperial Bank Chase Bank and Jamii Bora Bank must have considered ethnicity and religion of the respective shareholders and the directors of the three Banks as a determinant factor in the closure or rescue," Alleges Lawyer AhmedNasir Abdullahi.
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