"You Don't Have A Head For Economics," Former NASA Strategist To Odinga
By NEWSWIZARD.COM | self meida writer
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Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has come under harsh critism from his former ally David Ndii for claiming that it is unfathomable to tell youths to ride motorcycles and push wheelbarrows. Raila Odinga's statement has elicited and worsened the debate that is already existing between leaders close to the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and the Deputy President William Ruto.
Sides allied to the too leaders allied to the two leaders are busy fighting over the contentious BBI Report. According to the former NASA strategist David Ndii, who a world-class Economist, Raila Odinga does not have the Head for economics and alleging that Odinga's ideas are misplaced. Ndii has continued to explained that most Africans perish on different oceans as they go to look for employments opportuniities overseas.
The debate in the of Hustler Nation and dynasty has been tipped to the kind of Politics that is old_fashioned and one likely to put the country in a very dangerous place.
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