David Ndii who is among top economist in Kenya and one of Kenya kwanza allies today tweeted on his twitter page that There is a mythical kSh2b a day graft money that will fall from the sky once baba waves his fly whisk inside State House. This translates to Sh730b a year that he can splurge on his free everything. Baba economics is also known as Rajapaksa economics.
Kevo tweeted, "If Kidero alone was doing a deposit of 16 million every week when Nairobi governor. Using this as an example do you want to tell me their is no a substantial amount of money lost daily. From kra Kenya power pipeline transport etc."
Saka tweeted, "David Ndii is a classical case of giving economists too much power. He thinks his bottom up cliches are superior but there is there is danger in placing too much authority in the ideas and policies of economists."
Daima tweeted, "What Azimio is promising free are constitutional responsibility of any government. Healthcare, education and social well being. Tangatanga are promising freebies on everything including diapers that a child in Turkana doesn't need due to lack of basic needs 🐐."
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