Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang'i earlier today held a high profile international meeting with one of the prominent world leaders.
"Held fruitful discussions with Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and current Executive Chairman, Institute for Global Change. The Institute is a key development partner in enhancing efficiency in the delivery of National Government projects and services," CS Matiang'i tweeted after the meeting.
Vocal City Lawyer has mocked CS Matiang'i for the meeting stating that Kenya is a poor third world country and he should not waste the country's little resources on an international 'flimflammer' such as Tony Blair.
"Daktari @FredMatiangi, Tony Blair has no credibility anywhere in the world. Even the Arabs in the Middle East have stopped giving him consultancy...as a poor third world country please don't waste our little resources on this international flimflammer!" Lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi said.
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