Renowned constitutional lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi, has now said that President William Ruto should be called out for excluding members of LGBTQ from his government.
Taking to his official Twitter page on Friday morning, Ahmednassir said that as compared to former President Uhuru Kenyatta, he had five cabinet members and over twelve senior staff in State House who were members of LGBTQ.
However, when President Ruto assumed office, he excluded all members from his cabinet replacing them with new ones. Though Ahmednassir did not mention the names of those members, this move by Ruto to expell them from his government didn't go well with him.
"H.E @WilliamsRuto must be called out for excluding members of the LBGTQ from his govt. Contrast this with Uhuru's commendable policy. Uhuru's cabinet had 5 LBGTQ members & over 12 senior staff in State House/Office of the President. President Ruto has ZER0...YES ZERO! @makaumutua," opined Ahmednassir.
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