Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi now wants Raila Odinga, the leader of the ODM party, to stop criticizing Kenya's Supreme Court for dismissing his presidential petition.
Raila had challenged William Ruto's election at the Supreme Court, but the seven judges unanimously dismissed his case.
In response to Raila's recent comments on the verdict, Ahmednasir stated that whenever Raila's presidential bid fails, he has a habit of making remarks that are dangerous to Kenyan democracy.
He also urged him to allow the Supreme Court to carry out its mandate so that independent institutions could grow.
The lies and propaganda Hon Raila and his political supporters spew every time his quest for power is put to the kobish by the will of people is dangerously detrimental to our democracy and the growth of our governance institutions. Hon Raila...please leave alone the SupremeCourt" Lawyer Ahmednassir Abdulahi tweeted.
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