David Ndii is a kenyan economist and political analyst. Economist David Ndii was born in Kiambu County in the vote rich Mount Kenya Region. It has to be noted that Economist David Ndii once worked with the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga and was the now dissolved National Super Alliance (NASA) Chief Strategist during the 2017 general elections in Kenya.
Economist David Ndii has since shifted his allegaince to Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto and the United Democratic Alliance. Economist David Ndii publicly lectured Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga concerning the State Department For Youths. He told Raila off in his sentiments that BBI was to create Youth Department. Economist David Ndii said that Kenya already has a State Department For Youths Affairs.
"A youth department/ministry is not a constitutional issue, and if my memory serves me right, we already do have a State Department for Youth Affairs." Tweeted by the former National Super Alliance (NASA) Chief Strategist David Ndii
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