Ledama Ole Kina has on Sunday evening taken on lawyer Ahmednasir after he acknowledged remarks made by a US-based publisher over the presidential petition.
The New York Times published an article about Kenya's electoral process informing that it has one of the world's most transparent election systems. It however poked holes at the opposition sides alluding that Kenya is yet to prevent a raft of accusations and conspiracy theories around its presidential election.
It alluded that after her citizens vote, they leave the judgment to the court to decide. "In Kenyan Elections, People Decide First, Then Come the Judges," reads the headline of the article.
According to Lawyer Ahmednasir, our local publishers ought to copy notes from the Western's leading publishers which applauded Kenya's electoral process. On contrary, he has alleged that our own Daily Nation has endlessly screwed Uhuru and Raila's propaganda and asked the court to nullify Ruto's win and force a re-run.
But Ledama seems to be objecting to these remarks. According to the Senator, what Ahmednasir is advocating for is neocolonialism and should never be adopted in Kenya. According to Ledama, Westerners have little knowledge about Kenya and we can't borrow their way of doing things.
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