Pauline Njoroge and Lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi. Photo courtesy.
Political Commentator and Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition party allied top blogger Pauline Njoroge, has reacted to the complaint made by President William Ruto's staunch ally Lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi that Attorney General Justin Muturi, has withdrawn several cases involving money laundering affecting many Nigerians which amounts to Ksh100 billion.
In her latest message on Facebook, Njoroge has mocked out Ahmednassir saying "Na bado" (not yet) blasting him for complaining about the droppage of court cases, claiming that that is creating a bad picture about the government of President William Ruto. She told Ahmednassir to expect more bad image about the government of President William Ruto since more cases are likely going to be withdrawn. Those Sh100 billion money laundering cases which he is complaining about that Attorney General Justin Muturi has withdrawn, is just the beginning he is likely going to drop even more cases than that.
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