Economist David Ndii was the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga's right hand man during the hotly contested 2017 general elections in Kenya. The two also worked in the National Super Alliance though the Coalition ended up losing to the ruling Jubilee Coalition party of Kenya. Economist David Ndii has since shifted camp and is working with DP William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party of Kenya.
Economist David Ndii has spilled the beans on why he decided to leave the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga and instead joined Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto. He said that Hon Raila Odinga betrayed him when he sneaked and did barroom cum bedroom deal alone leaving him and others in the cold.
"No. We’d paralyzed the country and Jubilee was taking the flak. We’d have outlasted them. We expected him to lead us into open structured negotiations like Serena process. We promised people no boardroom deal. Instead he sneaked and did barroom cum bedroom deal (pun intended)." Tweeted by Economist David Ndii
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