Uhuru-Raila photo courtesy Ksnt.com
Uhuru's close ally Ahmednassir Abdullahi has weighed in at his move questioning what would have changed the mind of his former boss.
According to the senior counsel it is awkward that Uhuru has changed his mind to support Raila.
He claimed the commander in chief had in 2013 and 2017 informed him that Raila was a bad man and will destroy the country if voted for.
The president is said to have claimed Raila had no development agenda other than his usual 'Vitendawili' tales.
Ahmednassir who has since hinted at supporting deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto wondered what would have changed the mind of Uhuru to support a man he once demonized.
SC Ahmednassir Abdullahi photo courtesy Ksnt.com
"3 TIMES (2013, 2017 Aug,Oct) H.E UHURU passionately pleaded with me as registered voter & persuaded me NOT TO VOTE for Hon Raila. He told me "Raila will destroy Kenya & ni jama wa "Kitendawili'..no agenda/zero substance. No development agenda". I AGREED! What Changed H.E UHURU?," he tweeted.
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