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Embattled LSK President, Nelson Havi begs Raila not to destroy him

By Raymond Kirui

Embattled Law Society of Kenya president Nelson Havi has tipped that he will support Building Bridges Initiative BBI drive.

Taking to his Twitter handle on Saturday morning the LSK president said former prime minister Raila Odinga has proven to be indeed a powerful politician.

He said the Orange Democratic Movement ODM party leader had single-handedly destroyed the rulling Jubilee coalition by through the handshake.

He said Raila Odinga while destroying Jubilee only used brains not any insurgence or demonstrations.

He said he maybe be forced to support BBI drive since he does not want the ODM leader to start war against him.

“Baba Raila Odinga is powerful. He has single handedly divided and dismantled the Jubilee administration without any insurgence, demonstration or boycott. I may now support BBI. I do not want to be dismantled. ^DoS” Havi tweeted.

Lawyer Nelson Havi has already started experiencing issues in his capacity as LSK president.

He has been suspended as LSK president pending a court hearing on a complaint raised by section of LSK members.

Here are some of the comments to Havi’s remarks;

“Contrary, Baba was given an interesting Toy (BBI) to play with. He got mesmerized”

“I do not think baba is responsible for the mess in Jubilee. Jubilee has outlived it’s purpose. It has swallowed itself.”

“Haaa wewe baki tu penye uko.. Some of your supporters are already waiting for Wheelbarrows. I am equally waiting.”

“Jubilee just like any other political party in Kenya was a vehicle to state house for the current president, the next candidate must design a new vehicle.”

“but Nabii Waititu already prophesied and it came to pass and just like all prophets he was chased away”

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