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"We Are Waiting, " Ahmednassir Commends Ruto's First Two Weeks in Office But Has an Urgent Request

President William Ruto has made tremendous changes in his Government since he took the mantle as the 5th President of Kenya on 13th September, 2022.

From removing the Fuel products subsidy, subsidizing the fertilizers, swearing in the 6 judges refused to be approved by retired President Uhuru Kenyatta, reverting port operation to Mombasa, naming his new cabinet and yesterday through a joint consultation with KCB, NCBA and Safaricom, fuliza is now operating on 50% discount, and loan takers will enjoy the first three days free from interests.

A section of leaders have expressed mixed reaction to his first two weeks of work.

Senior Counsel Ahmednassir Abdullahi, a key ally of President Ruto, has stated that his President is keeping to all the pre-election promises he made to Kenyans, and he is proud of it.

But Ahmednassir popularly known as Grand Mullah (GM) has one problem with the President Ruto.

He is dejected that the President has said no word about the hundreds of Kenyans he alleges were extra judicially killed by the police, army and the NIS.

“President William Ruto in his first two weeks in office is keeping to all his pre-election promises. But he hasn’t said a word about the hundreds of Kenyans that were extra-judicially killed by the police, the army and the National Intelligence Service (NIS). We are waiting!” Ahmednassir said on Twitter.

In 2021, human rights groups stated that over 34 Kenyans and foreigners residing in Kenya went missing in the last 6 months of that year. The Human rights group linked the disappearances and the probable deaths to security agencies of the country. Some of the abductions occurred in broad daylight whereas other cases of abductions will forever remain a secret, stated the Human Rights group.

Majority of those were linked to terror probes or rather business deals gone wrong.

Samson Teklemichael, Mwenda Mbijiwe, Mohammed Bashir, the Kitengela Four and businessman Dalton Mwiki are some of the people known to many, disappeared and haven’t been found and those found like the Kitengela Quartert, were dead.

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