Senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi eventually changes tune in acknowledging former prime minister Raila Odinga's contribution in the Jubilee government, alleging that could it not have been historical handshake, Jubilee would have been no more.
This comes a day after he was patronagely accused of blogging for United Democratic Alliance party (UDA) by Homabay member of national assembly Opondo Kaluma.
The allegations he rubbished off culminating that he only expresses his freedom will, neither does he know how to blog nor being a sycophan,and Kaluma should refrain from mistaking him for other scrupulous activities he know not.
The senior counsel seemed to have today dropped an alarming post on his twitter handle,where he vanquishly castigated that Raila Odinga assuming roles of the second in command is what has led Jubilee government to be where it is and he apparently appreciated Odinga for that.
"As the second in command I love the forceful authority of Hon.Raila without you my beloved Jubilee would have been dead, thank you Baba!"
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