David Ndii one of top economists in the country and world has taken a dig at Raila Odinga. The two used to be good friends but fell apart ideologically after Raila went into handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta. David Ndii is now one of Raila's biggest critics.
Today Raila met Gideon Moi and Muhoho Kenyatta. Posting on his social media pages, Gideon Moi said he was impressed by Raila's quick recovery. Raila battled COVID-19 and recently announced that he had been given a clean bill of health. Moi also heaped praises on the former premier calling him the country's number one patriot.
The post by Gideon Moi elicited different reactions from Kenyans. Tiwaine Ole Nchoko commented that Raila had the largest following in the country. Ndii took a dig at his former friend by saying 'Who used to have'. According to Ndii, Raila is no longer the most popular politician in the country. Do you agree with Ndii that Raila has lost his following?
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