Senior Counsel Ahmednassir Abdullahi, popularly known as Grand Muller made it clear in his recent post that only those that he follows will be able to comment on his posts.
The controversial, candid and gaudy lawyer has over one million followers but only follows 71 individuals on twitter; who are mostly law associates, politicians and known personalities like Nelson Havi, Dennis Itumbi and Jeff Koinange.
One follower commented on Grand Muller’s post, calling him out on his move and accusing him of behaving like Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka who was allegedly said to be taking one sided views during the revenue debate.
In his efforts to offer clarification, the outspoken lawyer wrote: When I restrict who can respond to my tweets it isn’t because I want to suppress divergent opinions on a subject (I.e odm/baba). In most cases, it’s because I want protection from ridicule & public odium, the idlers whose reflexes is to respond to anything on twitter.
A week ago he posted a tweet about how Kenyan youths need real job opportunities in order to save them from taking up unreliable offers of operating fake twitter accounts for cheap wages.
Kenyans on Twitter have dismissed his reasoning as an excuse to avoid public engagements and bullying