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Lawyer Ahmednasir Advises DP Ruto to Divorce Uhuru and Get New Political ‘Spouse’

Outspoken Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi has asked Deputy President William Ruto to consider taking a bold step of leaving the Jubilee Party and its leadership.

According to Abdullahi, DP Ruto has fallen out with his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, and the only option now is to let go.

The lawyer noted that it would be unfortunate for the deputy president to stick in Jubilee when he knows very well his differences with President Kenyatta are almost irreconcilable.




Considering that Dr Ruto is keen to inherit the Presidency in 2022, Abdullahi is now advising the second in command to embrace new alliances ahead of the next General Elections.

“If a man/woman runs away with your wife/husband let him/her keep a second hand man/woman.”

“Get yourself a brand new spouse.That is my lawyerly advice to DP Ruto..let the man who eloped my BELOVED JUBILEE keep it @WilliamsRuto,” he said.

This comes even as DP Ruto made a remark that suggested that his bromance with the President is no longer tenable.




Speaking to Citizen TV, DP Ruto said that the Jubilee Party had been hijacked by “busybodies and”conmen.”

He also indicated that he could exit the ruling party should some junior officials continue soiling his name as the President watches.

“I believe there is a chance to sort out our issues in Jubilee. It would be tragic if we were to lose Jubilee…If Jubilee is hijacked by the brokers, we will make the decision at that point,” said the DP.




In yet another rant on Saturday, 29th August, the country’s number two dared those against his candidature to resign from JP and join aspirants of their choice without necessarily splitting the party.

Courtesy :Litkenya.com ya

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