President Uhuru Kenyatta courtesy Ksnt.com
The former National Super Alliance NASA economic strategist is weighing after the president showed all signs that he indeed want to control his succession politics.
According to Dr Ndii the president only believes in one person to succeed him as the country's powerful person.
Uhuru Kenyatta, is the man the head of state believes in very much to take over according to David Ndii.
He challenged Kenyans to rise up and stop president Uhuru Kenyatta from extending his reign through the Building Bridges Initiative BBI drive.
"Besides#KenyattaCronyCapitalismStateCapture theres nothing Uhuru has pursued with as much resolve as controlling his succession. Who is this successor he believes in so much? It is Uhuru Kenyatta. Can he be stopped? Only if Kenyans resist tribalism and corruption. Tall order" Dr Ndii tweeted.
Some of the reactions to Ndii's remarks about president Kenyatta;
"BBI will enable Uhuru to have a smoother transition to succeed himself."
David Ndii courtesy Twitter
"We need to ask ourselves why he's so obsessed with his succession. What's in it for him."
"Always @DavidNdii you always have a great advice, I wish us Kenyans will listen to you."
"Run for MCA then you will have the clout to talk about anybody's succesion"
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