CAPTION: UN’s most active journalist Mathew Russel Lee complains that the Resident Coordinator of UN in Kenya has blocked him on Twitter.
The Resident Coordinator of the UN Office in Nairobi Siddharth Chatterjee has been accused by a prominent UN investigator Mathew Russel Lee of blocking him.
As he followed up for a comment from the Secretary General in relation to recent Government actions meant to stifle freedom of expression, Lee was referred to Chatterjee for comment on the same.
But Lee has been blocked on Twitter, a move he has probably been shown the high priestess of TV Julie Gichuru, who has of late turned into a peace-prenuer, reaping millions for just using her light-skin image to Mumble a few words.
CAPTION: Without a shadow of a doubt, it’s becoming evident that the elections were tampered with, as evidenced by this sudden deletion of Form 34A, filed from a handwritten paper book.
Chatterjee who was irregularly appointed to the position for being Ban Ki Moon’s son-in-law, is accused of colluding with John Kerry, Tony Blair and other diplomats in the country, who’ve sanitised what is clearly a fraudulent election.
Chatterjee was also accused by the same journalist of attending the AU Elections in Addis Ababa, where he openly canvassed for Amina Mohammed, a move that failed miserable. It was also a breach of the UN code of ethics.
The Resident Coordinator is now being accused of benefiting from Jubilee’s primary proceeds of crime, the Eurobond heist and the inflated SGR fee, which Uhuru and Ruto ostensibly stashed to pay out key figures and institutional office holders like IEBC’s Ezra Chiloba. He was stammering and incoherent all along the process.
It is imperative that Chatterjee unblocks Mathew Russell Lee, lest we launch a hashtag campaign against him tomorrow.
CAPTION: The Resident Coordinator has made UN act like an arm of the Government.
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