When your propaganda machine is equated to that of Adolf Hitler, you are effectively elevated to the position of a savage!
Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi; love him or loathe him, is a man with a queer and straight sense of justice, or injustice; whichever way you look at it. Again, he is either absolutely powerful or the powers that be are extremely powerless when it comes to handling this ‘ex-taliban’ guy.
From what is now known, in top echelons of the Judiciary, Ahmednasir is known as the Grand Mullah, a muslim man versed in islamic theology and sacred law. Whether he is out to fix a rot in the judiciary or one on Shollei, that’s the big question. Clear, the woman, by all means, is not making it.
Recently, the Grand Mullah has been consistent on the rear bosom of the fast fading judiciary Thatcher, Mrs Gladys Shollei. From long range missiles to open grenade explosives, the Grand Mullah continue to thwack the woman whom chaps at the Standard Newspaper ‘claimed’ was being finished to pave way for smooth succession at the Judiciary.
This writer has often tried to imagine Shollei being the next CJ but even in the wildest of imaginations bordering on the bizarre, such thoughts have often failed to cross by. Dismayed, the conclusion is that all the hullabaloo has been a hoax. This is the problem with journalists doing PR spin and calling it ‘investigations’ or ‘expose’.
Standard Newspaper messed up Gladys. Mullah, like this writer, thinks so.
“Shollie (I think pun intended) has better propaganda machine than the famed Hitler one. She can run but she can’t hide. The truth will catch up with that poor girl,” Mullah tweeted.
To underscore his tirade, the Mullah (who claims he is no longer a Taliban) went further to wax figures, some so mind boggling an average university graduate, employed for less than sh20,000 a month with all the attendant taxes, would just count in dismay.
“Shollei took sh 31 million in allowance and other related expenditure in the last 18 months. . .fact,” he says.
Others just quipped that the goings-on at the judiciary smells, looks and has all the features Â of old KANU corruption. But with the promise of an overwhelming evidence, Abdullahi proclaimed someone may end up in prison!