Renowned city lawyer and UDA member Nelson Havi has today broken his silence moments after President Uhuru Kenyatta made new appointments to his cabinet. President Kenyatta has appointed retired Vice Chief of Defence Forces Franklin Mghalu as chairperson of Kenya National Shipping line Board for a period of three years.
Taking to his official twitter page, the fire brand lawyer breath fire on Uhuru warning that new appointees risk embarrassing themselves unnecessarily. To him, any appointments done by President Uhuru Kenyatta now are illegal, and must not be entertained.
He went on to advise the appointees not to accept those appointments being made by President Uhuru Kenyatta after the elections considering the Country has new President elect. "Do not accept those appointments being made by Uhuru Kenyatta after 9-8-2022. You risk embarrassing yourself unnecessarily." Havi stated. This has however not been warmly welcomed as he has been urged by renowned blogger Robert Alai to relax and cease unnecessary threats.
Quoting from his tweet "You are issuing threats already? Si you relax Kwanza." Robert Alai responded.
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