Senior councel Ahmednasir Abdullahi has sent a Stern Warning to the Eastleigh Business community over their support for Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Coalition Party and its presidential candidate Raila Odinga.
The vocal lawyer who is a Great critic of Raila has accussed the Business community chairman and the Kamukunji Constituency member of Parliament Hon Yusuf Hassan for rallying behind Raila without listening to the voice of the common citizens.
He warned that the two individuals should prepare for a shocking outcome as the views of the silent majority are totally different.
"The pro-Raila/azimio stand taken by Eastleigh Business Community thanks to the Chairman and the local area MP that ignores the views of the silent majority, will come to bite badly" Ahmednasir Abdullahi posted on his social media pages.
He further warned that the Business community should not take sides in politics and should always remain neutral.
"An organisation that represent people of diverse political persuasion MUST ESCHEW partisan politics" Ahmednasir added.
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