David Ndii has spell the beans alleging that Former President of the republic of Kenya like Jomo Kenyatta, Moi, Kibaki and President Uhuru Kenyatta are all corrupt even the person that will become the President of will be corrupt too. According to him his concern is how do Kenyans mitigate risk of next president from weaponising corruption to undermine democracy and rule of law.
Here is what David Ndii shared on his Twitter page about the past and present President's of the republic of Kenya!
That’s not my issue. Jomo Kenyatta was corrupt, Moi corrupt, Kibaki corrupt. Uhuru is corrupt. Next president will be corrupt. My issue is how do we mitigate risk of next president from weaponising corruption to undermine democracy and rule of law?
David Ndii was badly criticize after he was Seen in Deputy President William Ruto's economic team the man he claim that is too corrupt, so many Kenyans where wondering why was it be DP Ruto?
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