Economist David Ndii has once against hit at the government over matters economy whic according to him the country is not going in the right direction.
Taking on social media once again, Ndii points out at the recent visit of President William Ruto to the US saying that he will come back to find people in the streets.
David Ndii is referring to the previous countrywide protests over high cost of living that was halted after the government decided to hold talks with the opposition.
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“It’s regrettably clear that the contest between pluralism and patrimonialism is going to be a long one. You come back from positioning Kenya on the global stage to find we’ve gone back to grand marches and herding buffaloes. Bure kabisa.” said Ndii
A few days ago the economist revealed to Kenyans that whatever is being done by the government will either work or not but Kenyans should brace themselves for pain in order to clear outstanding debt.
“I’m not a politician. I don’t sell hope. It is going to be painful. And it may not work. Even Oxford and Havard trained doctors lose patients.” said Ndii
Ndii joins CS Moses Kuria as leaders within the government who have portrayed misunderstanding in within at a time when the prices of fuel are skyrocketing and the Kenyan Shilling is weakening against the dollar.