Prominent Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC Mocks Kenyan Corruption in Hilarious Tweet


Satirical Take on Inflated Kenyan Shilling and Government Officials’ Currency Preferences

In a lighthearted and comical twist, prominent Senior Council lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC (@ahmednasirlaw) takes a jab at Kenyan corruption in a hilarious tweet that pokes fun at both current and former regimes while addressing the issue of the inflated Kenyan shilling on the world market. With a massive Twitter following of 2.2 million, Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC adds a touch of humor to the serious topic of corruption.

Known as a Constitutional Lawyer, Senior Counsel, and Publisher of the Nairobi Law Monthly, Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC unleashes his wit in a tweet that reads, “The Kenyan shilling is in a free fall because those who stole trillions during Uhuru Kenyatta’s tenure converted their loot into dollars. Those in H.E Ruto’s regime who stole billions in the past 10 months are taking bribes in American dollars only.” He playfully suggests that the demand for dollars is fueled not only by imports but also by government officials changing their ill-gotten gains into the American currency.

To add a humorous twist to the situation, Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC proposes a solution, stating, “To slow the demand for dollars and with a view to stabilize the Shilling, President Ruto must undertake a massive anti-corruption drive to mop up shillings so as to reduce demand for the American dollar. Even judges I hear have stopped taking bribes in Kenyan shillings…very soon the police will follow suit!”

This tongue-in-cheek take on Kenyan corruption and the currency preferences of government officials brings a moment of comic relief to a serious issue. While highlighting the challenges surrounding the Kenyan shilling’s value, Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC’s tweet encourages a lighter perspective on the matter.

It remains to be seen how this humorous take on corruption will be received by the public and political figures. Nevertheless, Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC’s satirical tweet serves as a reminder that even in the face of serious issues, a touch of humor can provide a refreshing perspective.

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