Kenya's leading economist David Ndii has finally responded to the Orange Democratic Movement party secretary general Edwin Sifuna after he used a demeaning name on the deputy president William Ruto. Referring to a publication by the Standard newspaper in which it was revealed that politicians allied to DP Ruto are finding it rough over money promises to youths in their areas, Sifuna used a demeaning name to describe the deputy president.
However, David Ndii in his response has said all of the presidential candidates available to Kenyans as at now are all the same except Prof kivutha Kibwana who is the third force propagating a contest of great virtue.
"The 2022 contest is not of the greater virtue, it is for better or worse," Ndii has said referring to both presidential candidates including Raila Odinga and William Ruto.
According to Ndii, Kenyans are choosing a leader who will be at least considerable, between the two heavyweights. Therefore, demeaning anyone against anything is not right according to Ndii since all the politicians are doing the same.
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