Twitter was set ablaze on Thursday evening after Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi created a space and hosted a discussion on the Building Bridges Initiative Judgement.
The senior council took tweeps by surprise after his space attracted a huge following of over 8,000 participants. So far, his space is the one that has attracted a huge following in Kenya since Twitter unveiled the platform in 2021.
The space did not only attract the common mwananchi but also prolific leaders in the country. Those who attended included LSK president Nelson Havi, Former National Assembly Majority leader Aden Duale, Senator Sakaja, media personalities like Ann Kiguta, Joy Doreen Biira, Wahiga Mwaura just to mention a few.
In the space, the Agenda of discussion was the BBI and its sudden ‘death’.
Netizens have taken to twitter to heap praises on the lawyer, congratulating him on pulling such a crowd. Here are some of their comments:
“I see Grand Mullah @ahmednasirlaw broke my Twitter spaces record yesterday with a great conversation. Well done!”, activist Boniface Mwangi wrote.
“Just over 4,000 unique listeners joined that Space. Has to be the highest grossing @TwitterSpaces on the KOT platform ever! We do it again on Sunday!”, Headmaster said.
“Grand Mullah Spaces is just magical Thousands of Kenyans meet to discuss the Judgement of BBI..”
“Grand Mullah, Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi is hosting his first space that started at 9 PM. With 6000+ listeners and growing, the man from Mandera has taken Prime Time news viewers hostage.”, Kiigen said.
“If the Grand Mullah left Twitter shares will tumble. Someone tell Jack to have an immediate meeting with SC @ahmednasirlaw. I slept early and missed the biggest twitter space in sub Saharan Africa”, Ahmed opined.
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