Nairobi based lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi has shown his displeasure on what former president Uhuru Kenyatta and the chief justice of the supreme court Martha Koome are doing.
Taking to his official twitter handle,the vocal senior counsel who is ever vibrant on social media discussing on various issues said that the former president and the chief justice do not allow comments or feedback on their twitter accounts.He asked whether it was arrogance or just because they are thin-skinned and fear getting feedback from Kenyans.
"Chief Justice Martha Koome and former President Uhuru Kenyatta don't allow comments or feedback on any tweet they post.Arrogance on a grand scale or just thin skinned?" the vocal lawyer questioned.
It is important to note that the former president Uhuru Kenyatta is now present on twitter and his twitter handle is @4thPresidentKE.The former president was forced to deactivate his former twiter handle some few years back when he was serving his second term.
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