City lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has caused a stir online with his latest remarks on the Kenya national Union of Teachers (KNUT) online.
Writing on his Twitter page on Monday together with a video of Nominated Mp Wilson Sossion declaring his support for Deputy President Dr. William Ruto's 2022 Presidential bid and his support to Ruto's Buttom up economic model idea, Ahmednasir claimed that the Union which at one time had very powerful leaders led by Sossion was disbanded because it had powerful men with deep voices and solid principles who genuinely believed in uplifting the livelihoods of Teachers through the bottom up approach.
Remarks which have illicited mixed Reactions from Netizens.
Below are some commentsfrom Netizens on his thoughts.
"But nobody seems to know what bottom up is even the ones pushing it. Bottom up is another BBI but on tanga tanga's side." A comment read.
"If Sossion has gone to be with WSR, then I might just consider also supporting WSR. Sossion is a big voice.." a comment read.
"A brilliant & terrific person, but like most do, backing a system that killed the same economy they’re purporting toresurrect. Manufacturing,technology,innovation,agricultural, this is the way, anyone with a different route is just another jomo, moi, kibaki, and uhuru in office." A comment read.
"But with your 'legal' advice, Uhuruto through Nancy Macharia blew him up in the process the once giant KNUT n peasant teachers became collateral damage. Sycophancy is degrading your memory!😂😂😂" a comment read.
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