A city Lawyer has this morning claimed there is a big chance that President William Ruto and his men are keen to Axe Dr Afred Mutua from his CS of Foreign Affairs Job even as UDA Merger politics continues to gain storm.
Responding through his twitter account handle where President William Ruto and a few dignitaries in the Foreign Affairs posed for a photo on Tuesday morning, Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdulahi said that CS Afred Mutua could have stood next to the head of state not the other way round."Protocol out of the window? Or another subtle signal to place CS Mutua in his rightful "place"...As CS Foreign Affairs, he should stand next to the President and Monica his junior stands to his left," Lawyer Abdullahi Said.
All the same, the speculation comes barely week after President William Ruto stripped off Afred Mutua his powers and delegated them to Deputy President Hon Rigathi Gachagua in what insiders in the political Arena alleged was a result of his (Mutua) hardline position to fold his MCC Party.
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