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Kenyans React To Ahmednasir's Tweet Tagging Daily Nation Newspaper

Ahmednasir who is among top lawyers in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that The Daily Nation waited for 48 hours to get the appropriate angle from the Office of the President. It reads: "Dubai investor in talks with Kenya to Develop and run port services". Students of Journalism will one day shed light on how the executive acquired The Daily Nation.

Paul tweeted, "This is not important with Kenyans, where did your master mention anything to do with drought mitigation in ASAL areas. Only mentioned milk farmers. Pastoralists mko wapi. Ama serikali will buy land in central and Rift valley to make you farmers."

Husaliq tweeted, "Is much far better than @WilliamsRuto whom invested in uganda creating job opportunities there instead of here at home. The dubai investors will create job opportunities and thats fine with our economy."

Anthony tweeted, "Anglo leasing, Mobitelea, SGR are mega scandals created by exiting Governments. A slot is left open to entice the incoming administration who get looped in or else snatch and run with the whole project. This Dubai Port is no exception. An open cheque to incoming Kenya Kwanza."

Chaos tweeted, "Dont worry, 1st day in office we will terminate the contract irregardless of the commitments it has we trust you you find a loop hole. Uhuru is making deals as if he has another 5 years to rule . his is all CS Macharia's initiative. Uhuru should not sign anything contractual."

Don tweeted, "There's a man called Wilfred Kiboro, the former CEO and the current Chair he was and is still being handled by the Executive using the Kikuyu powerful figures in business and gvt. I know, I was there and it's worrying how UK became another Kagame or Museveni with 2010 Law."

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