A section of president Uhuru Kenyatta allied Members of Parliament have been left talking since when Deputy president William Samoei Ruto had a three days meeting with economist David Ndii.
The two are believed to be in a continuous discussion for three days venued at Maasai Mara.Economist David Ndii have continuously clashed with president kenyatta on various occasions.Ndii has always accused the head of state on directing much of his efforts on Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) ,changing the Constitution rather than concentrating on the already damaged economy
The economist is expected to come out with solutions about how the stagnated Kenyan economy will be revived ahead of incoming general election 2022
Nyeri town Mp Ngunjiri Wambugu says that William Ruto and his team have good ideas come to empowerment, but what they are currently discussing should be aired out after 2022 general elections.Ngunjiri wishes that Ruto would share his ideas with the government as he is in instead of waiting untill post 2022 election
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