For a very long period of time, David Ndii has been attacking, insulting and hitting hard at President Uhuru Kenyatta and his government. He used to do that when he was Raila Odinga's ally and when the ODM party leader joined hands with President Uhuru Kenyatta through the famous handshake, David Ndii joined Deputy President William Ruto and continue with his habits on the Head of State.
Today, things got out of hand, as David Ndii turned to President Uhuru Kenyatta's father Jomo Kenyatta. Through his official twitter account, the senior economist said that Jomo Kenyatta is the worst thing that happened to Kenya.
According to David Ndii, even Daniel Arap Moi was a better person than the first President of the Nation who died very many years ago. He went on to insist that Moi started off well but changed due to the conceit of Kikuyu oligarchy but all in all, he wasn't as bad as some people say.
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