A day after notifying through his official Twitter handle that time is rip for him to make a decision on whom between Raila and Ruto he will support,city lawyer and senior counsel Ahmednassir Abdullahi is likely to endorse William Ruto for president.
In a morning tweet on Tuesday 28th February the city lawyer opined in a tweet showing a likelihood that he would support Ruto of Kenya Kwanza for president.
In the tweet he observed that there is a feeling of genuine revolution and a seismic shift in Kenya's politics.He described that there was an overthrowal of old politics based on lineage, surname recognition and entitlements.This sounds like he was throwing a chide at Raila Odinga who comes from a lineage of old politics since his father became the vice president when Kenya attained independence.
He went ahead and described that Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza brigade have people centered policies and concluded that it is the team that should be trusted.
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