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Lawyer Ahmednassir Finally Reveals Who Had Sent Bulldozers To Demolish Ruto's Weston Hotel

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Outspoken city lawyer and Senior Counsel Ahmednassir Abdullahi on Friday, October 8, disclosed that the government had allegedly sent tractors and goons to demolish Weston Hotel.

In a statement, the Senior Counsel revealed that the operation was called off after those who had issued instructions changed their mind.

Ahmednassir further stated that his capacity as a counsel did not allow him to falsify such a grave matter.

"As counsel on RECORD for Weston Hotel I can OFFICIALLY CONFIRM that the GOVERNMENT of the REPUBLIC of KENYA 48 hours ago sent tractors and goons to demolish the Hotel.

The operation was called off after the tractors reached the hotel and the powers that be changed its mind."

Kapseret member of parliament Oscar Sudi was the first person to break the worrying news to the public on Wednesday evening.

According to Sudi, two bulldozers had been sent to the area protected by security personnels ready to take down the deputy president William Ruto's Hotel.

After the information went viral, the famous hotel gave a statement refuting claims that it was under any threat or demolition.

Weston Hotel is one of the properties that is listed under Deputy President William Ruto's name. 

Unfortunately, it has been at the centre of controversy for several years with claims that the 0.77 hectares of land it sits on was grabbed from the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA).

Politicians who divulged on the matter said the demolition of the said hotel was a direct campaign for the deputy president William Ruto.

Ruto has been on the recieving end since his fallout with the president Uhuru kenyatta after the re-election of the duo back to office.

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Ahmednassir Ahmednassir Abdullahi Kapseret Sudi Weston Hotel


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