Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi has cautioned President William Ruto against withdrawal of cases touching on money laundering.
He claimed that many cases addressing the subject and involving Nigerians have been withdrawn in the recent times.
Ahmednasir raised concern that while the move might appear innocent, it is denting the image of President William Ruto’s regime as it appear like a government policy.
"I think Kenyans have a right to know why the Attorney General has withdrawn many cases worth over Sh100 billion involving Nigerians accused of Money Laundering? It gives H.E William Ruto's govt bad publicity for it creates perception that AG's actions reflect official policy," Ahmednasir tweeted.
The Lawyer was reacting to a move by the Assets and Recovery agency to end Sh6.6 billion case against Nigerian payment firm.
The move now allowed Flutterwave to take back the Sh6.6 billion that was under probe.
The amount had been frozen last year but the Assets Recovery Agency asked the high Court judge to mark the file withdrawn.
A notice of withdrawal was filed in December.
The CBK had in July ordered local banks to stop dealing with Flutterwave, arguing it was not licensed as its accounts got frozen under the country's anti-money laundering laws.
The money was frozen in July last year as ARA indicated that the billions in 62 bank accounts were proceeds of card fraud and money laundering.