Popular renowned City lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has taken to his social media accounts to share the photo that appears after the second paragraph of this article, photo that has left many kenyans confused.
The photo which this writer, just like many kenyans, cannot ascertain when it was taken shows what appears to be a looming press conference by president Uhuru Kenyatta at State House, Nairobi.
This has left many kenyans confused with many asking themselves on what president Uhuru Kenyatta is up to if indeed the photo above has been taken today.
Among the issues being speculated on that Uhuru may be planning to speak about is the ongoing BBI hearing (which is highly unlikely as the president cannot comment on an ongoing legal affair), revising curfew hours in Naivasha following an alleged surge in COVID-19 cases or even a cabinet reshuffle. Remember, all these are mere speculations. The following is how kenyans are speculating:
James: He might be representing himself from the statehouse directly to the supreme court. Let's wait!
Victor: He want appoint himself as the amicus to the court # BBI appeal.
Andez: Guess What hapo State House Kenya, either Vasha Manenoz or the 14bn from World Bank.
Caren: fingers crossed... disbanding the judiciary and everyone to go home?
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