Economist David Ndii has been on the social media trying to justify why Kenyans should vote for Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto. But one thing for certain, the Kiambu County born Economist David Ndii always becomes angry when challenged or even told a bitter truth. It has to be noted that Economist David Ndii has ever worked with the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga during the hotly contested 2017 general elections.
An angry Economist David Ndii has reacted after being publicly challenged on his economic theory. David Ndii was told that his attacks on the middle class is fashionable but does not reflect a reality. He responded angrily by telling the person that he is not hearing and it is that reality that needs to change. He added that a society where a quarter of workforce is domestic servants is economic backwardness.
"You are not hearing. It is that reality that needs to change. A society where a quarter of workforce is domestic servants is economic backwardness. There is no justification whatsoever of 15 year old girls working 16 hours a day as maids for Sh6000 1/2." Tweeted by economist David Ndii
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