From since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, Kenya's had depreciated very much that it had raised the standards of living to high. Many jobs and businesses were affected that it made several business persons to close down their businesses and go home.
A sigh of reprieve might have come to the way of Kenyans. It is reported that William Ruto had recruited top economists such as David Ndii, former CBK governor Njuguna Ndung’u, who happens to be the leader, Dr Jason Kapkirwok, Prof Larry Gumbe and Prof Raphael Munavu. David Ndii and Njuguna Ndung'u happened to the the brains behind NASA coalition.
David Ndii confirmed on his Official Twitter handle that he had been reached out by Dp Ruto had reached to him and Prof. Ndung'u to assemble a team of leading brains especially in the economic field and also other fields.
We as Kenyans hope that these people will draft a successful economic recovery strategy that will pull out Kenyans from the shoulders of poverty.
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