Ahmednasir Abdullahi has always been on the headlines. The outspoken lawyer has always shown openly his desire in politics. He is a die hard supporter of the Ruling Jubilee Coalition.
Politics in Kenya since Independence has always been controlled largely I will say by ethnicity. Regional or rather tribalism has always dominated politics especially during elections. The so called regional Kingpins have always subjected themselves to showing their people which parties to follow and which coalitions to join.
According to a tweet by Ahmednasir Abdullahi, he honestly admits that the Luos have Raila, Kalenjins Ruto, Luhyas Musalia and the Kikuyus have Martha Karua, Kiunjuri and Moses Kuria while the Kambas have Kalonzo who represents their voices
"Raila speaks for Luos. Ruto fights for Kales. Luhyas have Mudavadi and Wetangula. Kambas have Kalonzo, Kibwana et al. Kiunjuri, Martha and Moses spoke yesterday for Central...NFD...since 1963 is UNREPRESENTED!" Tweeted by Ahmednasir Abdullahi.
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