Kenyans are currently very angry with president Uhuru Kenyatta following the recent loan application to IMF.
Yesterday, Kenyans kicked off a signature collection on a petition to stop the IMF from giving the Country loans with reasons that the money lands in cartels pockets instead of doing what it was granted for.
However, city lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has come into president Uhuru Kenyatta's defence urging Kenyans to give him a benefit of doubt. Through his Twitter social media, the advocate asserted that the first in command is only meaning well for the country and nothing else.
"Kenyans are unfairly VERY harsh with H.E UHURU. Of course he blunders too often on too many issues, and unnecessarily if you ask me, but give him the benefit of doubt for he means well for Kenya," he has penned.
His statement has elicited angry reactions from Kenyans online who are claiming that
Muendiwakyalo; Does he? Let him show that he does by instructing the KRA to waive the purported tax on the very needed ARV stuck at the port for four months.
Machiavelli; He is very unfair to more than 40million citizens he deserve all harsh treatment.
Isaji_ken; @ahmednasirlaw 'If he means well for Kenya's then let him be in the frontier of fighting corruption & the perpetrators involved in it. Let them all be brought to justice. This whole ruckus that Kenyans are proffering is because of the corruption scandals that are overlooked.
Wambo; SC let's put things clear here. Which Kenya are you talking about? That leader of your beloved jubilee should be impeached without a second thought. Ichaweri express!
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