In the wake of glaring rebellion by a section of political leaders drawn from DP Ruto’s Tanga Tanga faction on the recently launched BBI report, city lawyer Ahmednasir Abdulahi has broken his silence questioning the whereabouts of Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed.
The chairman of the senior counsel committee wondered why the Raila Odinga right-hand man had suddenly gone mute amid the ongoing debates on the Building Bridges Initiative.
He went ahead to wonder where the law-maker has been as his Orange Democratic Movement party is drumming up support for the constitutional amendments through the BBI.
“Hon @JunetMohamed is missing! When you don’t hear from him for six days, then know that things are politically elephant for his side of the political divide,” Ahmednasir wrote
The vocal legislator was last seen in the public on 0ctober 16 while drumming up support for the ODM candidate Omar Boga in the Msambweni by-elections.
He also raised a lot of questions when he went missing at the Bomas of Kenya during the official launching of the document on Monday, October 26.
This comes barely a week after the law-maker boycotted an NTV interview with Mark Masai, pitting him with Nandi senator Samson Cherargei on October 22, 2020.
The deafening silence of the last year’s master of ceremony at the launch of the first BBI report last year has caused a stir with varied reactions.