City lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi has affirmed of another arrangement by the government officials to impact the coming 2022 general elections.
Taking to his Twitter handle on Monday night, the colorful attorney asserted some enormous men in president Uhuru Kenyatta's office were deliberately deferring preparing of IDs for inhabitants in Riftvalley, Central, Nairobi and North Eastern areas.
He said this move is pointed toward guaranteeing enrollment of new electors is stifled in those districts and thus control the impending political race.
With his named districts viewed as the second in order's fortresses, he apparently said this was one more plot by the public authority to diminish DP Ruto's odds of winning the 2022 races.
"With citizen enlistment beginning in October, mandarins in the OFFICE of the PRESIDENT will begin playing the legislative issues of ID CARDS...new ID CARDS for RIFT VALLEY, CENTRAL, NAIROBI and NFD will held up in "authoritative mess" to guarantee elector enrollment is SUPPRESSED!, " Ahmednassir Abdullahi tweeted.
Ahmednassir Abdullahi is a partner of delegate president Dr William Samoei Ruto.
Here are responses to his comment;
"Am a structure four leaver and I applied an ID card in July na bado hatujapata till date… .everything isn't okay."
"That is how you dealt with baba fortresses in 2017. What goes around is in every case sweet when it comes around, interpretation Alie juu mngoje 2022."
"I question this is lobbying for UDA yet rather ingraining individuals with dread and disdain. Ushindwe kabisa"
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