Controversial lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has this evening raised eyebrows after he has brought attention to Kenyans on why the five candidates for Presidency have to go through a rigorous interview.
This is an allusion to the fact that Raila Odinga met some billionaires from Central Kenya who expressed interest in his bid for the top seat.
Here is what Ahmednasir Abdullahi said:
"Funny, really funny that Hon Raila, Mudavadi, Musyoka, Wetangula and Gideon will go through a rigorous set of interviews by 7 Male billionaires on whether they each one of them is the right candidate to protect their billions against 50 million poor Kenyans..."
Some Kenyans reacted to the social media post by the controversial lawyer with the following comments:
Ni Baba: Just like you chose ruto to protect yours from 50 million poor kenyans without doing the interviews, is that not unfair?
Yb critic: Well it is good for them no problem they want a person who will show people how billions are found and not wheelbarrows RAILA FOR PRESIDENT.
Paul Mungai: Not even a "candidate", it is being claimed that the 7 are the ones to choose the next president.
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