Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdulahi lauds Uhuru for Election Laws

Bashes Nasa for holding demos

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Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi. PHOTO: GUARDIAN

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s lawyer during the Supreme Court petition, Ahmednasir Abdullahi, has thrown jabs at the National Super Alliance leadership for resorting to violence instead of using legislative means in their push for reforms.

Popularly known as the Grand Mullah, the wealthy lawyer noted that the ruling party is using a constitutional legislative process in its bid to have changes unlike their counterparts in Nasa.

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Former Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale during the anti IEBC demos on Monday, October 2. TWITTER

According to him, Kenyans will choose between soberness and chaos in the repeat poll scheduled for October 26.

“JUBILEE seeks change through a constitutional legislative process. NASA seeks change through street demonstrations with all the attendant consequences. That is the simple choice Kenyans face on 26/10.” He tweeted.

The Opposition has called on its supporters to take to the streets on Mandays and Fridays to push for the resignation of twelve Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission including its CEO Ezra Chiloba for alleged electoral malpractices.

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That and to stop the Jubilee Party from making amendments to the Election Laws ahead of the repeat presidential poll which was ordered by the Supreme Court.

Jubilee has vehemently castigated the Opposition for using demonstrations to pass across their point urging them to engage in a legislative process to achieve the reforms they’re hoping for.

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Nasa however argues the Constitution allows Kenyans to picket to communicate their grievances in a peaceful manner.