If you find yourself driving behind city lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi, then count yourself unlucky because he won’t give way for you whoever you are and whatever the situation.
According to this controversial lawyer, some people are in a hurry for nothing, especially government officials with big vehicles with flags and chase cars.
He says everyone on the road has somewhere they are going and should be patient in case of a gridlock.
Ahmednassir particularly finds offense with loud sirens from some big man’s convoy and aides brandishing walkie talkies for all to see, saying he does not believe in any urgency ahead.
Appearing on Churchill Show, the senior counsel said a person’s position or status does not warrant them to be demanding clear passage on the road, adding that they need to have woken up and started the journey early.
“I have never given way and I can’t give way for such people; in fact if you follow properly you will find there is nothing urgent waiting for them ahead,” he quips.
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