Its rumoured that popular Raila man and no-nonsense NASA Blogger-In-Chief Anwar Saddat has officially taken over the leadership of the leftist news platform Kenya-Today.Com
Saddat takes over from Rashid Wanjala a Canadian Kenya investor who acquired the platform in 2013 for a fortune. The platform that is open to all who profess leftists ideals has several top names listed as contributors. The model of the platform has worked well and sustained a powerful readership following since 2012.
Lately NASA has scaled their communication team with recalling of the experienced Salim Lone to take over as spokesman for Premier Raila and NASA brigade. Also two top KTN journalists joined the team as media consultants. In ODM party Phil Etale and Seth Odongo have also amplified their performance with background support from other external communication consultants.
Saddat who resides in New York, United States is a distinguished professor of Engineering. Since he officially took over as NASA Presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga’s online Commander-In-Chief, Statehouse operatives have never went to sleep.
They have unavailingly tried to attack him from all angles including land, sea and air (online) The efforts by the State machinery to silence him have all bore no fruits.
Anwar is a man of unmatched bravery. His gut-wrenching prowess in oratory has given NIS endless sleepless nights.
Saddat is a gifted writer. When he strikes the Jubilee government mediocrity, he punches straight in the head. He buttresses his allegations with unassailable facts.
As far as checking corruption activities in the government is concerned, the Jubilee administration knows he is the man for the moment. That is why it is doing everything outside the books to stop him.
Just as Martin Luther King Anwar Saddat’s fertile wisdom has continued to guide and guard Baba Joshua and Kenyans in their journey to the Promised Land.
Anwar is highly Principled and firm. His intellectual hard-hitting posts have changed the perception of many Kenyans.
His taking over at the helm of Kenya-today leadership is a new page and it all depends on what he’ll write on it. Through Kenya-today, his doggedness and fearlessness will surely shape the political direction of our country and help NASA ascend to power.
Saddat is tested and proven and is reputed not to be skittish or indecisive about his responsibility once it is incumbent on him to act. When called upon to defend Baba, he acts with the speed of light and very quick to decide on the next course of action.
Other NASA social media big wigs include Dikembe Disembe, Jim Bonnie, Lee Makwiny, Abdullahi Musa, Mohammed Nyamwada, ItsMutai, Phelix G Cord, Charles Ndienya, Nabii Naoda, Mo Jelle among others.