Renown city lawyer and senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi has broken his silence following today's saga at deputy president William Ruto's Karen residence.
Ruto's 39 GSU security officers was withdrawn and replaced by 8 Administration Police officers following an order from the government.
In a post on his twitter handle, Ahmednasir famously known as 'Grand Mulla' said that the withdrawal of security from Ruto's residence will totally compromise their neighbourhoods on Simba Hill and Hardy.
This act by the government has really sparked heat among netizens with majority wondering how the state can put so much energy into frustrating the country's second in command.
The operation comes just days after the same security were issued with orders to restrain civilians from accessing the dp's home which is one of the most visited home by guests everyday in Kenya.
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