Renowned constitutional lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi, has alleged why former President Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga are behind the insufficient funds in the Treasury.
Taking to his official Twitter account on Wednesday evening, Ahmednassir, who was Uhuru's lawyer during the 2017 nullified presidential elections at Supreme Court, alleged that the Treasury was cleaned up by Uhuru's administration on calculations that Raila Odinga will be elected the fifth President.
According to Ahmednassir, public funds were used by Uhuru's government to thoroughly campaign for Raila Odinga hoping that he would succeed him.
He further stated that the massive theft of public funds has given President Ruto's government a hard time to try and implement new projects to the people of Kenya.
"The Treasury/State coffers were looted/cleaned by the Uhuru Administration on the calculations that Hon Raila will be elected President. The brazen theft of public funds never for a second contemplated a Ruto's Administration. What I'm hearing/seeing is beyond belief...THIEVES!" posed Ahmednassir.
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