Banker and businessman Mohammed Weliye has hit out at senior counsel Ahmednassir Abdulahi to stop cheap politics. Ahmednasir had previously claimed in a social media post that both Maraga and Koome had chosen members of their ethnic groups to assume the job of judiciary Chief of Staff.
Ahmednassir had replied to a post by Martha Koome, where the chief justice congratulated Rose Wachuka, her chief of staff on being recognised by the Business Daily as one of the Top 40 under 40 Women for the year 2021.However, Welihye, a die-hard Raila supporter, disagreed with the senior counsel arguing that Rose Wachuka is a top professional and brilliant lawyer. "I met Rose when she worked with CS Amina. The Chief Justice is entitled to be supported by the best, irrespective of ethnicity. Wacha siasa ya pesa nane nanii," he added.Mohamed Weliye and Ahmednassir Abdulahi are on opposing political sides, with the former supporting Raila Odinga and Abdulahi supporting William Ruto.
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