Vibrant lawyer AhmedNassir has claimed that the ODM chief is a big threat to the counties of the North Eastern region of Kenya. AhmedNassir stated so today morning on his Twitter handle following Raila Odinga's sentiments in West Pokot county.
According to a section written in the Daily Nation Newspaper, Raila had stated that he would revive the fallen BBI if he wins the next year's poll. The ODM leader was talking about the BBI document while on his tour of the West Pokot county on Monday.
AhmedNassir sees this as a threat as he feels the BBI sidelined the marginalised communities from the North Eastern region of Kenya. Due to these effects of the BBI document to his region, AhmedNassir is against Raila Odinga's candidature and supports the Deputy President William Ruto.
"Hon Raila's eternal and existential threat to NFD," AhmedNassir tweeted. He further added that Raila Odinga was so determined to see this happen. "This man is determined," AhmedNassir tweeted.
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